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Rumor: HTC Android Phone With Slide-Out QWERTY Keypad Launching With T-Mobile? [Android]

Being a day-two customer of the G1, I know the plight of slide-out QWERTY Android-lovers well...
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Google to Close Nexus One Online Store

Search giant concludes that Web-only isn't the best way to sell a high-end smartphone, opting instead to ship the Nexus One device out to brick-and-mortar retailers.
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Report: Linux Dominates Mobile Computing, Windows a No-Show

The latest smartphone sales figures from NPD Group show Google's Linux-based Android OS blowing the iPhone and Windows Mobile clean out of the water. Where is Microsoft in the booming mobile market?
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Dell CEO confirms Streak Android tablet for Europe next month

Dell founder and CEO Michael Dell confirmed that the company's Streak Android-based tablet, formerly known as the Mini 5 tablet, will be available in Europe next month from mobile phone carrier Telefonica O2...
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Five Best Linux Netbook OSes - for Now

Tired of Windows 7 Starter Edition? Ready to boot XP off the netbook? Linux runs particularly well on Netbooks, but it might be hard to choose which flavor is best for you right now. Not sure what's out there? We've lined up the five best Linux netbook OSes for your mobile computing pleasure.

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