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Motorola's Droid: The Hummer of Smartphones

The Droid smartphone is a departure from competing models, but it's not an altogether successful effort. Here's why.
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Google Shows Off Chrome OS Tablet Ideas

Mock-ups of a Chrome OS tablet emerge much more quietly than Apple's iPad. In some ways, Chrome OS could be a better fit for tablets than Netbooks.
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Virtual Desktops Coming to Smartphones

Open Kernel Labs and Citrix Systems announced a virtualization-driven, cross-platform reference architecture for smartphones that enables users to access corporate desktops and applications. The Nirvana Phone offers a video-out port for displaying virtualized desktops on an external monitor, plus...
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Will FOSS Jump Into the iPad Fray?

Positioned somewhere between the smartphone and the laptop, Apple's new tablet is billed as "the best...
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Mobile Linux Needs "Magic" to Beat Apple

Apple turned up the heat in the mobile market last week when it unveiled its new iPad mobile computing device. Jim Zemlin, the executive director of the Linux Foundation, has responded to Apple's product launch with a candid appraisal of Linux's strengths and weaknesses in the mobile market relative to Apple's mobile operating system.

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