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Ubuntu Smartphones Will Cost $200-$400

Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth talked about pricing for Ubuntu smartphones this week, tellingThe Inquirer that devices "will come out in the mid-higher edge, so $200 to $400."

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Mutant Dual-Boot Android and Windows Phone Coming to US This Spring

Huawei is no stranger to Windows Phone, having released a handset in the US last year, but the company is now planning to combine Android and Windows Phone into a single smartphone. 

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Doctors Testing Google Glass to Get Real-Time Patient Data

While the general public appears to still be making up its mind about Google Glass and the idea of wearing a face computer, in some fields of work the wearable could be a helpful asset. One such field is medicine. 

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Mini-PCIe Sized COM Runs Linux on ARM9 SoC

Ukraine-based Evodbg announced an extremely small, Linux-ready COM based on Freescale’s i.MX287 ARM9 SoC, and matching the form-factor of a mini-PCIe card. Although Evodbg’s 51 x 30mm “EV-iMX287-NANO” computer-on-module adopts the dimensions and connector style of common mini-PCIe cards, it does so with an entirely unique pinout. The module is...

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FSF: Replicant Developers Find and Close Samsung Galaxy Back-Door

The Free Software Foundation has put out a release claiming that developers working on the Replicant fork of Android have found a backdoor on Samsung Galaxy handsets. "While working on Replicant, a fully free/libre version of Android, we discovered that the proprietary program running on the applications processor in charge...

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