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[News] ARM to Grow Thanks to Linux

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ARM-based MIDs run Android, report says

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| China-based Routon Electronic Co. is readying two ARM11-based mobile Internet 
| devices (MIDs) that can run Linux or Android, according to an industry 
| report. Routon's P760 MID and the touchscreen-only P730 MID (pictured) are 
| both equipped with a Samsung S3C6410 processor clocked to 677MHz, says the 
| story.    


Demand for Intel Atom processors slowing

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| Intel has started turning its supply priority of Atom processors to 
| second-tier and China-based vendors hoping to clear inventory, added the 
| sources.  


"Googlephone" Isn't a Model, It's a Class

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| Last fall, T-Mobile became the first wireless provider to offer a handset 
| based on Google's Android platform: the T-Mobile G1. And the world rejoiced. 
| Now, some six months after that debut, Samsung has jumped in the game with 
| its own Android offering.   



ARM wants the sub $200 netbook market

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| The combination of ARM with Linux - see Ubuntu's latest release - is almost
| an impossible one for Intel to beat, price wise, with the British Chippie
| flogging its SOCs for between $10-$20 whilst Chipzilla's Atom starts at $35
| apiece.


Microsoft is The Big Loser Among the Big 3

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| Ultimately, all three companies are going to be fine for a long, long time,
| but for one quarter at least, it looks like Apple and Google get a chair and
| Microsoft is left standing alone and blue as the battle for dominance
| continues.


Atom UMPC first casualty of OQO money woes?

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| UMPC maker OQO has canned its latest model, if rumours fed by Twitter tweets
| are to be believed. It has also been claimed that pre-orders have been
| cancelled.


Microsoft slashes rates for temp workers, blaming bad economy

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| Microsoft, citing the "realities of a deteriorating economy," will reduce by
| 10 percent the amount it pays employment agencies for many of its temporary
| workers -- and cut by 15 percent the target billing rate for future temporary
| work.


Microsoft reaffirms grim outlook for year

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| Shares of Microsoft sank 58 cents, or 3.4 percent, to $16.63 in midday
| trading amid a broader market sell-off.

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