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[News] Palm Strikes Back with Linux, Android Grows Dominance

  • Subject: [News] Palm Strikes Back with Linux, Android Grows Dominance
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 14 Sep 2009 00:51:49 +0100
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Review: Pre - Palm Strikes Back 

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| Once upon a time Palm claimed the most loyal developer base among smartphone and 
| handheld manufactures. Its 30,000-strong catalog of apps for the Palm OS was the envy of 
| Palm's rivals. With the webOS, the company is basically starting from scratch.


Motorola Cliq: Is Android Becoming the Cell Phone's Linux?

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| As there is no longer one true Linux, but a slew of what are called "distros," it looks 
| like Android is destined to follow suit. Sure, Google will always be associated with any 
| device that is running it, but now that Android is starting to take steps towards 
| maturity, it is time for the company to lovingly take a step back and watch it grow.



Mot's Android phone debuts

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| Motorola and T-Mobile announced Mot's first Android smartphone, as well as a "push"
| social networking streaming web service called MotoBlur. The slider-format Cliq
| smartphone offers a 3.1-inch HVGA touchscreen, a 5-megapixel autofocus camera, GPS,
| 3G HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth, and sensors, says Motorola.


Motorola Unveils Details of its Android Platform Play, Shows Cliq Phone

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| This morning at GigaOm's Mobilize 09 event in San Francisco, Dr. Sanjay
| K. Jha, Co-CEO of Motorola and CEO of the company's Mobile Devices
| division, unveiled Motorola's Android platform play. Motorola is going
| to be placing large bets on the open source operating system over the
| coming years, but is coming out of the gate with just two Android
| phones.

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