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Linux Desktop Experience with ARM and MIPS

The Linux experience for many of our readers most likely starts with an x86 hardware platform. However, desktop solutions exist for other platforms, like ARM and MIPS. When Linus Torvalds’ practice with Minix…

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Digital Magazine Store Magzter Uses Open Source to Slash Costs

A mobile digital magazine newsstand goes the open source way to cut its initial investments, and allow publishers to share digital editions of their periodicals with a widely-dispersed global readership. Magzter is a…

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CodeSport (October 2010)

Welcome to CodeSport. Here are some of the solutions to questions we raised in last month’s column. My last column featured a medley of questions on computer architecture, operating systems and algorithms. Congratulations…

Video Review: Motorola Joins the Android Race in a Cliq

Motorola is back, baby! Motorola announced their first Android Phone, the Motorola CLIQ, running their custom version of Android called Motorola BLUR. Neither the hardware or software is perfect, but what device is? Its all about trade-offs and the Motorola CLIQ is an impressive first foray into previously uncharted Android territory.

MOTOBLUR – The Latest Android Based Social Media Monster

In their bid to customize the open source operating system, Motorola has come up with a completely different UI, christened MOTOBLUR. It is interesting to note how much social media has affected today’s mobile interface designs, living proofs being the NOKIA N97, HTC Hero and MOTOROLA DEXT.

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