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Dell Aero Claimed to Be World's Lightest Android Phone

AT&T said it will soon announce the Dell Aero, which appears to be a version of Dell's Android-based Mini 3 phone, and is claimed to be the lightest Android smartphone on the market. The wireless carrier also announced that it will soon offer the Palm Pre Plus and Palm Pixi Plus smartphones....
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Dual-Core SOC for Thin Clients Runs Android Locally

NComputing shipped a SoC (system-on-chip) designed for thin clients that will provide multimedia-enabled remote access to Windows and Linux desktops, and optionally run Android 2.1 locally. The $20 Numo SoC is based on a dual-core ARM-based CPU, and is designed to work with the company's VSpace vir...
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Nokia Asks the Internet to Help Design a Phone

Nokia is tapping into the collective wisdom of mobile technology enthusiasts on the Internet as it designs a new smartphone concept device. The handset maker has launched a new project called Design by Community which aims to collect feedback about preferred device characteristics from visitors to the Nokia Conversations blog.

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Google's Nexus One to Go to Sprint

The No. 3 U.S. carrier lands the Google-branded Android phone. But where's a long-awaited model for Verizon Wireless?
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Marvell Promises $100 Tablet for Students

Marvell announced its intent to deliver a $100, Android-ready tablet computer built around a 1GHz Armada 600 series processor. Aimed at students, the & Moby& will offer WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, an FM receiver, and Adobe Flash compatibility, the company says....
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