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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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Wind River Releases Hard and Heavy Hypervisor

Wind River on Tuesday announced the availability of a high-performance Type-1 hypervisor as the latest addition to its VxWorks product portfolio.

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Palm Pre is Shipping GPL Incompliant

Harald Welte reports that there are problems with the GPL compliance of the Palm Pre.
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Writing an Android Twitter Client with Python

Get up and running with the Android Scripting Environment. Whip up a Twitter update app in a matter of minutes and tell everyone what sandwich you're eating from within Android!
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Linux Robot Car Targets Autonomous Navigation

Tokyo-based ZMP Inc. is readying a Linux-based car robotics platform designed to test automotive robots and autonomous navigation algorithms.
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