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Motorola Supposedly Picks up Azingo Mobile After Acquisition

Motorola Supposedly Picks up Azingo Mobile After Acquisition

There are more and more avenues to get the information you want. And, sure enough, it's looking more and more like the site LinkedIN is becoming a place to find acquisitions. As employees get shuffled around to new companies, they're likely to keep their LinkedIN profile in the know, and thanks to one employee of Azingo, there's some talk swirling around that Motorola has purchased the company.

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Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Ready for Download

Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Ready for Download

Ubuntu seems to have a nice road map for their updates schedule, and sure enough, here's another one. Ubuntu 10.04 "Lucid Lynx" has just hit the market, available for download right now. There's plenty of changes to be had, along with the standard fixes and adjustments to the OS, there's surprises to be had by the latest edition of Ubuntu. Plus, "Lucid Lynx" is almost as cool as "Karmic Koala," so that's worth it.

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Symbian OS goes open source

Symbian OS goes open source

The smartphone market is very hot right now with smartphones selling very well and many different companies competing in the market. The open source Android OS is doing very well in the market against the proprietary iPhone OS and Windows Mobile. The most widely used smartphone OS in the world is Symbian and the Symbian Foundation announced today that its open source migration is complete.

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Palm Pre’s OS 1.2 Gets Leaked and Pictured

Palm Pre’s OS 1.2 Gets Leaked and Pictured

It's about time the Pre got a hearty leak of its own. And this is a doozy, for all the Pre owners out there aching for an update of some kind. It looks like a lucky member of PreCentral's forums caught a lucky break, when it came to rebooting his phone to a factory standard setting. When the device turned on, he immediately found something pretty strange. The phone had automatically installed webOS 1.2 for him.

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Windows Mobile 6.5 Gets October 6 Street Date

Windows Mobile 6.5 Gets October 6 Street Date

If you're one of the millions of people out there using Windows Mobile, then it's a safe bet that you've been stuck at 6.1 for far too long. Maybe that 'X' button up at the top corner isn't the easiest thing in the world to activate. Whatever your concerns are, it's looking like you have a bright future, and one that you don't need to wait too much longer for, either. Today marks the announcement, officially, that Windows Mobile 6.5 is coming to the market, with a street date and everything.

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Google On the Defensive As Well Regarding FCC Probe

Google On the Defensive As Well Regarding FCC Probe

It looks like AT&T isn't the only company refuting some kind of shady business, and while it may be Apple getting the majority of the news, Google had to refute some claims of denying a Skype application today too. It looks like an article published this morning in The USA Today targeted Google for doing the same thing Apple did to Google Voice, but with a full-featured Skype application. Apparently, as USA Today claimed, Google trimmed down the Skype application to be a "watered-down version of the original that routes calls over traditional phone networks." So now it's Google's turn to chase away the nay-sayers.

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HTC Click video demo: entry-level Android Donut in wild [Updated]

HTC Click video demo: entry-level Android Donut in wild [Updated]

Remember the HTC Click?  The company's entry-level Android smartphone is tipped to arrive in September or October this year, but until we have any official confirmation we've got leaked hands-on footage from Tinh Te.  Check out the HTC Click - running Android OS Donut - cavorting with the HTC Magic after the cut.

Video demo after the cut; Update: Plus new live gallery - thanks dt0306!

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