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Vodafone UK to Refresh Android Line Up

Mobile network operator Vodafone UK has confirmed that it will be releasing four new highly anticipated and top of the line Android-based smartphones, including the HTC Desire and Google's Nexus one, in the coming months...
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Review: Android vs. iPhone: Google Hires Tim Bray

"The iPhone vision of the mobile Internets future omits controversy, sex, and freedom, but includes strict limits on who can know what and who can say what," he wrote. "It's a sterile, Disney-fied walled garden surrounded by sharp-toothed lawyers."...
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IP Phone Runs Linux on ARM SoC

STMicroelectronics announced a design win for its new ARM-based SPEAr 300 SoC, which it says drives the Linux-based Snom 870 VoIP phone. The Snom 870 offers a 4.3-inch color touchscreen, gigabit Ethernet and USB connectivity, plus an integrated XML browser, says Snom....
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Configurable RISC Controller Offers Linux-Ready MMU

Tensilica is shipping new Diamond Standard controllers for dataplane applications, including one Linux-optimized model. Based on Tensilica's configurable, 32-bit RISC & Xtensa& architecture, the five upward-compatible processor cores include a Diamond Standard 233L processor with a Linux-optimized...
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Windows Mobile Still Losing Share

Ahead of revelations surrounding the upcoming Windows Phone 7 Series operating system, new data from comScore shows the current-generation mobile OS slipping in the rankings.
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