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WiMAX Resurgent?

The WiMAX gear market defied the recession, growing 12 percent in Q2, says a report. As notebooks and netbooks with built-in WiMAX reach market, the report predicts 19-fold growth through 2013, leading to a $4.9B market.

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Atom-based thin clients run Linux

10Zig Technology has announced two thin clients compatible with Linux: a RBT-602 model, offering terminal emulation, and a RBT-672v system targeted solely at virtual desktop environments. Both thin clients offer a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270, up to 1GB of RAM and 8GB of flash storage, gigabit Ethernet,...

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Mot Android phone(s) may debut on Sept. 10

Motorola has sent out & save-the-date& notices for an Android-themed press event on Sept. 10 that is likely to see the announcement of the company's first two Android phones, says eWEEK. The manufacturer is expected to announce a & Sholes& smartphone, destined for Verizon Wireless and/or a & Morr...

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ConnMan Optimizes Embedded Internet Connection Management

In June 2009 Intel and Nokia announced a partnership to collaboratively optimize Moblin and Nokia’s Maemo Linux OS for Atom-based netbooks, nettops, MIDs, automotive infotainment systems and cell phones.

 

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Nokia's Linux Smartphone Previewed

A technology site has published specs, photos, and Maemo 5 screenshots from the Nokia RX-51 smartphone.
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