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Augmented Hunting with a $17,500 Linux-Powered Rifle

A bullet loses six feet of height while flying across 1,000 yards, and a hunter firing such a shot must compensate by altering the weapon's aim. At that distance, fine adjustments would be difficult to estimate — but TrackingPoint has developed a Linux-powered hunting rifle that's capable of doing all...

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3Dmark for Android Separates Performance Champs from Chumps

With its latest version of 3DMark, Futuremark attempts to create a benchmark that allows for cross-platform comparisons between all tablets, smartphones, and PCs. [Read more]...

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Former Windows Phone Evangelist Joins Amazon to Work on Something 'Totally New'

Former Microsoft Windows Phone general manager, Charlie Kindel, looks set to return to his mobile roots, following the announcement that he has been hired by Amazon. Listing his his role as director of "something secret" on his LinkedIn profile, Kindel is wasting no time in his new role and is...

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Powerful Real-Time Video Transcoder Runs Linux

DVEO will debut a 40 channel real-time video transcoder, scaler, and streamer device for OTT and IPTV applications at NAB 2013 in Las Vegas next week. The Linux-powered “MPEG Magnus MF” is designed to deliver a broad range of multimedia formats to smartphones, tablets, laptops, and IP-enabled TVs and set-top...

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As Interconnected Devices Abound, Security Risks Grow

Although security issues are familiar to most PC users, the potential for hacking and malware in embedded devices like ATMs, medical devices, and smart cars is less understood. In this guest column, VDC Research VP Chris Rommel presents evidence that consumers are starting to fret about the security risks posted...

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