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Linux Lets TV News Crews Rove More Freely

Nomad Innovations has used Moblin Linux technology to build a camera-mounted 3g and/or WiMAX transceiver aimed at mobile TV news teams. The $50K LiveEdge device is touted as a cost-saving, more flexible alternative to the $500K microwave trucks commonly used today.
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Netbooks Help PC Market Grow, But Prices Hurt Revenue, Says Report

A DisplaySearch study shows netbook sales continuing to defy the recession and the slow PC market, growing at a 264 percent rate in the second quarter year over year, says eWEEK.
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Nokia Announces Official Qt Port to Maemo 5

Nokia has announced the official port of the community-driven Qt for Maemo project and provided a Qt Technology Preview for Maemo developers...
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Dell Tips U.S.-Bound Phone as Android Projected to Outshine iPhone

Dell is planning to launch an Android phone in the U.S. next year with AT&T, and a Kyocera Android phone is also in the offing, say two industry reports.
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Google, Verizon Teaming to Develop Android Devices

Verizon and Google have agreed to jointly develop wireless devices based on Google's open source Android mobile platform.
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