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The Motorola Flipside is an Android 2.1 smartphone from Motorola's stable. You can get it for about $100 from AT&T with a two-year service agreement.
At Mobilize '09 in San Francisco, Motorola co-CEO Sanjay Jha introduce Motorola's first phones running Google's Android operating system.
The editors of The ToyBox blog list the Top 10 gadgets you should have in your own gadget toybox this summer.
Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Ed Bott: Should Microsoft get into the PC hardware business?
Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: EU slaps Microsoft with $1.35 billion fineMary Jo Foley: European Commission vs.
News.com's Michael Kanellos writes: A few years ago at the Consumer Electronics Show, the big topic of discussion was how Dell and the computing giants were going to change the TV market.
Some of the more bizarre events in the computer business in recent memory happened this past year. Join Charles Cooper, Jim Kerstetter, Ina Fried and Michael Kanellos as their Reporters' Roundtable reviews the goofiest technology moves of 2006.
Sure, IT matters -- and technology is cool. Except when it's just plain scary. Fom DRM to PattyMail, floating nuke plants to IT Frankensteins, here are the techno bogeymen that haunt us.
Two hardware experts have joined ZDNet's blogosphere.Adrian Kingsley-Hughes, in his Hardware 2.