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This Is the New Android Jelly Bean Mascot—Just Installed at Google's Headquarters

Check this out, it's Android Jelly Bean mascot! Google just installed it in their Mountain View campus, right next to Ice Cream Sandwich. Clearly, the new version of the world's most popular cellphone operating system will be announced tomorrow at Google I/O. 

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Beyond the Beagle: Seven Open Source Board Projects that Count

The Raspberry Pi single board computer (SBC) that began shipping in April in $25 and $35 versions has taken the hacker world by storm. Yet, the education-focused, development board is just the latest and cheapest of a number of recent open source, community hardware projects designed for hobbyist devices, educational platforms, prototyping, and even some limited-run commercial products. Most of the seven open-spec boards listed here cost $100 to $200, but unlike the ARM11-based Pi, they feature ARM Cortex-A8 and -A9 processors and support Android in addition to running various Linux distributions.

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What's Google Announcing at I/O Tomorrow?

With WWDC behind us and Microsoft's Surface tablet out of the bag, it's Google's turn to take the lid off its latest. It's annual I/O developer conference, which starts Wednesday, should offer a heaping buffet of new products and software developments. 

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Vizio Announces The Co-Star, A $99 Google TV Box With OnLive Gaming Built In

Watch out, Sony, Vizio is chasing your tail. Just yesterday Sony revealed its latest Google TV hardware, a $199 remake of the company’s first GTV products. And now today, Vizio took to the wires and announced its first player in the Google TV game, the $99 Co-Star. The Co-Star is a serious contender in this game, too. The product boasts all the Google TV functionality along with additional backed-in apps such as Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, iHeartRadio, and for...

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Microsoft's Surface Plan Means the World Belongs to Android Now

Open ... and Shut  Microsoft roared onto the mobile scene last week with the unveiling of its Surface tablet, but Acer is probably right to question why Microsoft would fight premium iPads with a premium Surface.…...

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