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A Drooling Attack Over the BeagleBone Black

There's been no shortage of gloom and doom here in the Linux blogosphere lately, what with Fuduntu's demise, a fresh round of anti-FOSS FUD, and even criticisms of Linux distros' girth. So it was with particular joy that Linux bloggers received the news about the all-new BeagleBone Black. "BeagleBoard.org on...

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Repurpose Your Old Wii Balance Board as an Android-Connected Smart Scale

Weight and activity trackers are an emerging trend, assisted by wearable devices like Nike's FuelBand, the Fitbit, and Withings' Smart Body Analyzer — but they don't come cheap. Smartphone apps may have helped users track their fitness for a little or no cost, but until recently there was no easy...

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Google, Nike, Jawbone and the Fight to Win Wearable Computing

The market is still young. But companies big and small are positioning themselves to be at the center of the wearable computing business when it explodes. [Read more]    ...

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Jelly Bean Overtakes Ice Cream Sandwich in Android Rankings

Android 4.1 and 4.2 combine for 28.4 percent of active devices running the mobile OS, claiming second place from Ice Cream Sandwich with sliding Gingerbread on the horizon. [Read more]    ...

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Android Pico-Projector Tablet Does it With Mirrors

Shezhen, China-based Promate Technologies claims to have created the world’s first tablet-projector. The “LumiTab” sports a modest 1024×600 7-inch IPS screen, runs Android 4.2, and uses a Texas Instruments digital-light-processing (DLP) chip to render “incredibly sharp 1080p HD images” on walls and projection screens, according to the company. From an...

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