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A Review: Ben NanoNote Gets Small with Embedded Linux

Qi Hardware is now shipping its first "copyleft hardware" device, the ultra-portable Ben NanoNote. The palm-sized notebook is designed to be a hackable hardware platform for Linux developers, akin to what the Arduino board is for electronics projects....

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Nokia Buys Mobile Web Browser Firm

World's largest phone maker snaps up Novarra, known for developing the Vision browser.
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Intel's AppUp Gets Moblin Netbook Apps

The Atom-centric application storefront, which already carries Windows apps, in the future will also support apps written for the MeeGo platform.
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All-In-One Thin Client Has 21-Inch Screen

Igel announced a new all-in-one thin client that runs Linux. The UD9 includes a 21.5-inch display, a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor, plus an optional touchscreen, wireless networking, and a smart card reader, the company says....
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Teardown redux: iPhone 3GS vs. Nexus One

iFixit's side-by-side breakdown of the internals of these two phones makes a compelling case for the Nexus One.
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