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Android’s Next Challenge? iTunes

Android has been updated again, but the list of phones waiting for an upgrade continues to grow. There is one lesson Apple can teach Android...

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Exploring Embedded Linux with Xport Pro

This past year I've had the good fortune to review an eeePC powered Netbook, the Fit-PC, and the Plug Computer. All were new, capable, and progressively smaller Linux machines. Readers may also recall my increasing interest in the Arduino micro-controllers. Although the Arduino doesn't run Linux, its development environment is easy to use and particularly well suited for Linux notebooks

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Nutsie Brings iTunes to Android Via the Cloud

Version 3.0 of the Melodeo application for phones running the Google mobile operating system lets users access their iTunes library via an iPhone-like interface.
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Atom-Based Energy Monitoring Device Taps Moblin

At CES, OpenPeak unveiled a prototype of its Intel Atom- and Moblin Linux-based Home Energy Manager (HEM) energy monitoring device, and announced partnerships with Direct Energy and GE.
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Microsoft: Google's Nexus One will Hurt Android

Earlier this week, Google unveiled the Nexus One; the search giant's first branded mobile phone. Then the company confirmed that Nexus One, and all subsequent Google phones sold via th...
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