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First handheld Steam Machine Revealed

A “Steamboy” handheld gaming console teased in a video appears to be the first portable Steam Machine to emerge for Valve’s Linux-based Steam OS platform. 

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The History of Android

Looking back, Android's existence has been a blur. It's now a historically big operating system. Almost a billion total devices have been sold, and 1.5 million devices are activated per day—but how did Google get here? 

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Is the $25 Firefox OS Phone Going To Be Transformative?

Mozilla has been making much noise about the Firefox OS mobile platform, and new $25 phones that it wants to bring to emerging markets. The company plans to deliver a $25 smartphone by the end of this year, the Wall Street Journal reported last week. Now, TIME is pronouncing the move "a brilliant game-changer," but let's remember that mobile phones are all about the apps, and even Mozilla officials have stopped short of calling Firefox OS phones "smartphones" in the sense that they run the robust apps that iOS and Android phones do. 

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ARM Announces 'Lab in a Box' for Universities

ARM's 'Lab in a box' aims to boost the development of audio systems and smart home devices.

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Microsoft’s Secret Android Patents Revealed by Chinese Government

Microsoft has been licensing access to part of its patent portfolio for several years now, offering device makers protection from litigation related to Android and Chrome OS. While Microsoft boasts than more than 70 percent of Android phones sold in the US are covered by licensing agreements, the company has never...

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