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Intel Ships Reader with Moblin Technology

Intel today launched a portable device aimed at helping vision-impaired and dyslexic people read. The "Intel Reader" uses an Intel Atom processor and Moblin technology, and is available now from several resellers, priced around $1,400.
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Android: A Better iPhone?

iPhone has created the market, but Android has the potential to own it.

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Where is the Linux Desktop Going?

Windows 7 gets the headlines, Snow Leopard gets the praise, but the Linux desktop actually seems to be, ever so slightly, growing.
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Early Moblin v2.1 Reviews Arrive

A couple of publications have posted reviews of the new Moblin v2.1 release for netbooks and nettops this week..
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Hands-on: OpenMoko WikiReader is simple, appealing

OpenMoko's WikiReader is a unique gadget with a single function. The simple handheld device stores the text of over 3 million Wikipedia entries, enabling convenient offline access to the popular Internet encyclopedia.
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