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Hack a Kindle Into a Minimal Computer with a Raspberry Pi [DIY]

A Kindle isn't exactly the most exciting device you could use as a monitor, but over the blog Ponnuki, writer Damaru shows how to turn a Kindle into a monitor using a Raspberry Pi. More »...

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Samsung to Sue Apple Over 4G LTE in iPhone 5

The South Korean electronics giant is reportedly preparing to sue Cupertino over its upcoming handset, which it expects to feature 4G LTE connectivity patents that Samsung claims it owns.

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Gadgetwise Blog: Q&A: The End of Windows Gadgets

Microsoft gives desktop Gadgets in Windows Vista and Windows 7 an early retirement due to security concerns.

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Even Toys"R"Us Has a Tablet Now

Toys"R"Us has taken a good long look at the increasingly crowded Android tablet market and decided it wants a minuscule sliver too. So starting October 1st, every child's favorite store will start selling a seven-inch, $150 Android device called the Tabeo (Tabby-oh? Tabe-e-oh?) targeted at younger users. More »...

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Alibaba's Aliyun OS Hopes to be 'Android of China'

Chinese Web giant says its Linux-based mobile operating system provides a choice for local phonemakers over Google's Android as it offers a better user experience with no challenges to functionalities such as maps and e-mail.

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