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Google Glass's Android Code Now Available

Ready to start programming for Google Glass? The tools are out there. While only a handful of Google Glasses are out, but Google has quietly released its Android-based core kernel code.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Announced, a Low-End 7-inch Tablet That Makes Calls

Today, Samsung is announcing a new 7-inch tablet called the Galaxy Tab 3, but to our eyes, it doesn’t look much different from the current 7-inch Tab 2. The previous Tab’s 1 GHz dual-core processor gets upgraded to a 1.2GHz chip, and the newer tablet offers 16GB of internal storage...

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Nokia, BlackBerry Aim to Elbow in on Android Parade

Nokia and BlackBerry may have a tough chore as they try to get attention amid an Android news onslaught in May.

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Linux-Programmable 4G LTE Router Tracks Mobile Assets

CalAmp unveiled a 4G LTE cellular router and gateway for AT&T networks that runs embedded Linux on a 400MHz ARM9 processor. The LMU-5000LTE is equipped with LTE, HSPA, and EVDO routers, a 50-channel GPS, and multiple I/O, and features fleet tracking, as well as user-programmable PEG (Programmable Event Generator) monitoring...

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Robot Inspired By Sea Turtles Uses Flippers to Navigate Tough Terrain

Robots inspired by the animal kingdom are already being designed to mimic plenty of creatures, from speedy cheetahs to slithering serpents. Now, researchers are welcoming yet another bio-inspired robot to join the menagerie: a 'bot built to emulate the movements of baby sea turtles. In a new study published in...

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