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Intel Porting Android To x86 For Netbooks and Tablets 163

Posted by timothy
from the which-dessert-will-you-have? dept.
According to Liliputing, Intel is bringing the sweet eye candy of Android to x86, which — if all goes well — means it will land on (more) netbooks and tablets soon. I'm more excited about ARM-based tablets, for their current advantage in battery life, but the more the merrier, when it comes to breaking up the tight circle of OSes available for any given arbitrary class of computing devices. Given all the OS swings that the OLPC project has gone through, maybe it should be thinking of Android, too.
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Intel Porting Android To x86 For Netbooks and Tablets

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