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Android And Chrome OS: Google Vs. Google?

Would Google's Chrome OS spell more competition for Android than anything else? That's one of the possibilities looming for Google's browser-centric Linux distro, as on each closer inspection it looks that much less like a Windows killer.

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Dell Customizes Chrome OS for the Dell Mini 10v

A Dell employee has gotten Chromium OS, the code behind Chrome OS that Google released to open source, to run on a Dell Mini 10v netbook.

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Thanksgiving Reading about Moblin: First Impressions and Performance Tests

If you're in the United States today (Thursday, Nov. 26), you're home celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday. If you're outside the U.S., you may have noticed a lot less email coming from America, where many people have the day off.While you're sitting around wondering what to do with you...

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Kindle Gains Longer Battery Life, PDF Support

Amazon.com announced two enhancements to its Linux-based Kindle e-book reader, offering 85 percent more battery life, as well as a native PDF reader.

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Mobile Web Applications

The mobile web is maturing -- but be careful to not stuff your application chock-full of "features."...
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