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Wind River Takes Android Commercial

Embedded specialist Wind River has launched a validated version of Google's Android platform, bringing revenue generation to the open-source model.

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Wireless Carriers, Open Source Still At Odds

That's the thesis behind a piece by Sascha Segan over at PC Magazine, where he blames a good deal of the lack of geek-friendly Linux handsets on the wireless carriers themselves. But how much of it is also end-user indifference?
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Building the Google Smartbook Dream Machine

The netbook promises convenience and capability in a small, lightweight, and generally inexpensive package, and the concept of a smartbook goes even further: a handy-dandy combination of smartphone and notebook.

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Get Ready for Netbooks with Intel Atom N450 Processor, Coming Jan. 11, 2010

We finally have a ship date for Atom N450-based netbooks: Jan. 11, 2010. This is great news for anyone shopping for a netbook -- and who is patient enough to wait another month!
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Google Visual Search Coming for Android Phones

Google is working on a mobile application that lets users take a picture of a location from their Android-powered smartphone and trigger a Google search that pulls up information associated with the image.
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