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Bloomberg: Apple Plans to Launch Smaller iPad This Year [Rumors]

Bloomberg is reporting that Apple is planning to launch a smaller, cheaper iPad to compete with Amazon and Google—and suggests that it will arrive by the end of 2012. More »...

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Would You Buy a $100, Open Source, Android Gaming Console Designed by Yves Behar?

The Ouya is a concept for a completely open sourced and hackable Android game console designed by Yves Behar (the guy who designed the Jambox and OLPC). When it arrives (if ever), $100 will buy you the box, a developer's kit, and all the free games you can play. More »...

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Samsung Denied: Judge Koh Declines to Lift Injunction Against Galaxy Nexus, but Google's Got a Workaround

Happy Independence Day, Apple. Reuters reports that Samsung's request to have the preliminary injunction against the Galaxy Nexus lifted has officially been denied. This follows a similar ruling yesterday, when the Korean firm's plea to have a similar ban on its Galaxy Tab 10.1 also fell on deaf ears. This means that there will be no...

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Huawei's Emotion UI for Ice Cream Sandwich devices Starts Rolling Out in China

We knew its arrival was imminent, and it looks like the time to shine for Huawei's Emotion UI is right about now -- well, at least in areas near the Great Wall. To celebrate its official debut, the company's launched a new website where it goes into nearly every detail about its novel Android skin, touting fresh...

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Building a 96-Core ARM Super Powered by the Sun

Michael Larabel writes about a 96-core/48-PandaBoard cluster recently constructed at MIT. Drawing approximately 200 Watts of energy, the ARM cluster can be powered entirely by solar energy. For maximum density and to make it easier to transport, the PandaBoards ended up being stacked vertically. The enclosure for the 48 PandaBoards was an industrial trashcan. Rather than using AC adapters, the PandaBoards were running off...

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