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Digital Gear: Android Tablets Charge Ahead
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| Sony has a rich history in developing
| entertainment devices, and the company's
| upcoming Xperia X10 smartphone could become
| one of the better mobile devices for
| multimedia and entertainment. The device has
| the hardware and software necessary to take
| high-resolution pictures, access Web sites and
| stream video from the Internet.
| It includes an 8.1-megapixel camera, and
| images will be displayed on its 4-inch OLED
| (organic light-emitting diode) touch screen.
| The device is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon
| processor running at 1GHz, which is also used
| in netbook-like devices running full-fledged
| Linux operating systems. The Xperia weighs
| just 135 grams.
JooJoo (supposed-to-be-CrunchPad) Linux-based Tablet PC Unleashed
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| So why did they call it JooJoo instead of
| CrunchPad? Recent disagreements between
| Arrington and the Fusion Garage team ended
| the CrunchPad project. Chandra
| Rathakrishnan, Fusion Garage CEO, later
| announced that the CrunchPad would be
| released by the company as the JooJoo to
| avoid lawsuits.
| The JooJoo is basically just a web-browsing
| machine. It runs on a custom-made Linux
| operating system with a sole purpose of
| running a browser that's based on Webkit.
| The home screen is your window to different
| web sites/applications. The "internet is
| the application" so you can't save files
| like images and documents to your physical
| storage device.
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