Intel exec suffers stroke; Google: Neuxs One 'raised the bar'

> Intel Executive Vice President Sean Maloney, believed to be in line to become the company's next CEO, suffered a stroke that will keep him sidelined for months. Article

> Google CFO Patrick Pichette said the company's Nexus One device has "raised the bar" for other Android handset makers. Article (sub. req.)

> Will the smartphone operating system war become a battle of the sexes? Commentary

> Qualcomm said it will raise its quarterly dividend and will buy back $3 billion in shares. Article

> Amtrak has begun offering free WiFi service on its Acela trains in the Northeast. Article

> Palm announced that the latest version of its webOS smartphone platform, webOS 1.4, is now available to consumers via an over-the-air update. Article

> Mobile advertising and application analytics platform provider Medialets announced it will release analytics SDKs for the Android and BlackBerry operating systems. Article

And finally... Researchers have come up with a way to turn a person's skin into a touchscreen. Article

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