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Cortex-A8 SoC Integrates e-Reader Controller

Freescale Semiconductor announced an ARM Cortex-A8 system-on-chip aimed at e-readers, along with a Linux- and Android-compatible reference design. The i.MX508 integrates an 800MHz Cortex-A8 core with a display controller from E Ink, improving performance, screen resolution, and battery life, while...
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iPhone's LED Bests Nexus One's OLED?

Visual experts at DisplayMate claim that, scientifically speaking, the iPhone's LED display is a clear winner over its cutting-edge counterpart.
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Archos 5 Internet Tablet with Android Review (Anything but iPod)

Not all Android devices are phones: here's an extensive review of the Archos 5 tablet (part 1)...
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Dell Netbook Gets Accelerated Video

Dell announced an Performance Plus version of its Inspiron Mini 10 netbook, including a 1366 x 768 display, a Broadcom & Crystal HD& media accelerator, and a six-cell battery. The Ubuntu-ready Mini 10 also gets up to 9.5 hours of battery life, the company says....
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Linux-Ready ARM SoCs Target Diverse Markets

STMicroelectronics says it is now shipping four Linux-ready SoCs (system on chips), based on similar ARM926EJ-S cores but targeting different market segments. The SPEAr300, 310, 320, and 600 have single or dual cores, run at up to 400MHz, and sell for as little as $7 in production quantities, the c...
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