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This $50 Stick Turns Any HDTV Into an Android-Powered Smart TV [TV]

If you're wondering how you can breathe life into that old TV set, the FAVI SmartStick might be what you're looking for. For $50, you get a dongle that provides your TV with Android and access to streaming movies and music. More »...

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Is $99 Nexus 7 Coming?

According to DigiTimes and its industry sources, Google may launch a $99 Nexus Tablet by the end of 2012 along with a new model of the existing Nexus 7 tablet.

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Citrix's Podio Collaboration Platform Expands Onto Android

Citrix-owned Podio follows up its iPad app with support for Android users.

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Nook HD Tablets Take On Fire HD, Go Where Amazon Can't: Walmart

Barnes & Noble's new Android-based Nook HD and HD+ are billed as being faster, lighter, and offering higher resolution displays than Amazon's HD models, while costing roughly the same. The bookseller also shares one advantage Amazon lacks: This holiday season the Nooks will be available at Walmart and Target.

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Valve Plans Beta Test for Steam on Linux

Valve will be starting a closed external beta test of Steam for Linux for 1,000 users in October. The beta test will include one as yet unnamed Valve game and the client which is optimised for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS...

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