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QEMU 1.5: GPU Pass-Through and ARM Support

The new QEMU supports KVM virtualisation on the Cortex A15 series of ARM cores and can use VFIO to pass through graphics chips from the host to the guest...

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Arduino Launches Wi-Fi Board and Ready-to-Roll Robotics Platform

Arduino has launched a new family of development boards and its first full robotics platform. The Arduino Yún is a Wi-Fi enabled board running Linux and the Arduino Robot is the company's first robotics platform that is fully functional out of the box...

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Customers Not as Happy with iPhone As They Were Last Year

The American Customer Satisfaction Index shows Apple remains on top, but it's declining while Motorola, Nokia, and Samsung are rising. [Read more]    ...

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$99 HDMI Stick Turns Displays Into Virtual Desktops

Devon IT unveiled an HDMI stick that can turn any HDMI-compatible monitor or display into an interactive virtual desktop. “Ceptor” is somewhat larger than a typical USB memory stick, runs Devon IT’s Linux-based ZeTOS “zero client” operating system on a 1GHz dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 SOC (system-on-chip), and sells for $99.

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Tough Cat B15 Android Phone Marks U.S. Debut

The makers of tractors and other construction equipment are trying to drum up partners to sell its rough 'n' tumble Android smartphone. [Read more]    ...

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