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HTC and Verizon Announce Droid Incredible

HTC and Verizon Wireless today announced the Droid Incredible smartphone, which will be available for pre-order beginning on Apr. 19, with the official release on Apr. 29. The Android 2.1-based Droid Incredible offers a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 8GB of internal memory, an eight-megapixel camera, a...
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Mobile Linux Collaboration Gets a Boost as MeeGo Grows

Opportunities for the open source Linux operating system in the mobile device market was a prominent theme of the keynote presentations at the Linux Collaboration Summit on Wednesday...
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Multimedia Stack Targets Embedded Devices

Cinemo is touting a cross-platform software stack it says will provide full HD video playback and network streaming support on low-power embedded devices. The company announced & technical cooperation& with Imagination Technologies, whose widely used Powervr IP cores have been released with an SDK...
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A Fragmented Android Universe

Despite the fact that version 2.1 of Google's mobile operating system has been available for several months, most devices are still running older versions...
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Intel Tips Atom-Based Smartphone Running Android

Intel has successfully run Android on an Intel Atom-based smartphone prototype, according to an IDG News Service story. Meanwhile, Android continues to establish a beachhead on the MIPS platform with a new big-endian version of Android for MIPS developed by Serbia-based RT-RK....
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