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Sprint Hangs Up on Google's Nexus One

Sprint will not support Google's Nexus One strategy with subsidized pricing and a contract, leaving T-Mobile as the exclusive U.S. carrier for the device.
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NPD: Android Ousts iPhone OS for Second Place in US Smartphone Market

"We're number two" may not be the chant everyone's after...
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Shuttleworth Unveils Unity Netbook Shell

During his keynote speech at this year's Ubuntu Developer Summit, Canonical founder and former CEO Mark Shuttleworth unveiled a new desktop experience codebase called Unity and new "Light" versions of Ubuntu optimised for dual-boot systems...
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Intel's Atom Z6 Moorestown Chips Will Run Android and MeeGo

Intel's new Z6XX chips under the Moorestown banner will be used in devices running Android or MeeGo...
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Google: Android 2.1 Is Catching Up

According to Google, the number of devices running version 2.1 of its Android mobile operating system is on the rise - at the expense of 2.0.1 and 1.6 based devices...
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