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Nook Torn Open, Hacked, Rooted

Barely weeks after its launch, Barnes & Noble’s Android-based Nook e-reader has been hacked and ‘rooted’ (root, or full system access, has been obtained).
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Google Designs Pure Android Platform with Nexus One

Rumors of the so-called "Google Phone" have been stirring for the past few days, stirring up memories of 2007. This time around, the rumors may indeed be fact: the Google Phone has been confirmed by various sources, and Google itself.

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Boxee Swings for Spot in Set-Top Box Ring

The Boxee video-on-demand software maker aims to change the way consumers get free movie and TV entertainment from the Internet with its first hardware venture, called "Boxee Box."
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First Mobile Firefox Enters Home Stretch

Mozilla plans to release the first release candidate of Firefox for mobile phones next week. Coming next year: multitouch, Windows Mobile support, and more.
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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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