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Is Palm a Player or Just a Pre-Tender?

Once the leader and innovator in all things mobile, in recent years Palm has barely kept up with the pack, let alone acted as a leader.
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Amazon Code Release Irrelevant, Kindle is Still Closed

Amazon attracted considerable media attention this week for publishing the source code of some of the components that are used in its popular Kindle reading device.
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Palm Responds to Apple iTunes Threat

Palm issued an "unfazed" response to Apple's veiled threat to block future versions of iTunes from access by the Palm Pre, according to reports.
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Smartbooks: Embracing Linux With Open ARMs

Asus notwithstanding, netbooks have received a great deal of attention in the Linux community for their role in gaining wider acceptance for our favorite operating system.

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What Will You Do with Amazon's Kindle Source Code?

Imagine you wanted to create the Kindle killer, a revolutionary e-book device that matched and improved upon its functionality. What would you do?
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