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Cheap, Subsidized Android Tablets On Way From Carrier Orange? [Tablets]

French publication Les Echos has reported that French carrier Orange will be selling three own-branded Android tablets by Christmas. Allegedly, the tablet will be sold for under 250 Euros, and be subsidized even more when 3G contracts are taken out. 

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MeeGo Goes 3D

Yesterday Nokia and Intel announced that the future of mobile interfaces is 3D, and that everyone else will soon be following their Meego platform into the third dimension.

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WordPress for Android adds new comment feature

The WordPress developers have announced the release of version 1.3.4 of their WordPress for Android app. Using the mobile application, users can easily post to and edit their WordPress blogs from an Android mobile device.

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Nokia, Intel mobilize for 3D

Collaborative research lab and joint venture in Finland aim to bring the 3D Internet to mobile phones. Plus: Positive thoughts about MeeGo.

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Intel and Nokia open first joint research lab

More than 20 researchers and developers at Oulu University's Centre for Internet Excellence are to work on creating new user interfaces for mobile devices...

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