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Free Hypervisor Adds Virtual Machine Cloning

Oracle released a new version of its free virtualization software, now offering an easy way to clone virtual machines (BMs). VirtualBox 4.1 also includes a memory limit increase to 1TB for 64-bit hosts, guest support for Windows Aero, a new UDP networking tunnel for interconnecting VMs, and support for SATA...

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Nano-ITX Board Saves Power with Single-Core Atom

BCM announced a Nano-ITX motherboard that includes a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor and supports dual displays. The NX450N has Mini PCI Express and CompactFlash slots, two SATA ports, gigabit Ethernet, plus an optional TPM (trusted platform module), the company says....

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CyanogenMod 7 Hits 500,000 Installs, Eclipses Previous Milestone

Looks like another round of roman candles are in order. After already setting off the celebratory fireworks for its previous user install milestone, CyanogenMod 7's done it again -- this time reaching past the half a million mark. The highly customizable Android homebrew is arguably the biggest aftermarket OS in the...

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Modular Touch-Panel Systems Based on New ARM9 Module

Techsol released two Linux-ready, computer modules incorporating ARM9-based, 454MHz Freescale i.MX233 and i.MX283 system on chips (SoCs). The TSCM-233 is based on the i.MX233 SoC and offers 64MB of DDR RAM, while the similar, Ethernet-enabled TSCM-283 is based on the i.MX283 and includes 128-256MB DDR2 memory, and both are available...

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Panel PCs are Environmentally Sealed

WinSystems announced a family of environmentally sealed panel PCs that feature Intel Atom N270 processors plus CompactFlash or hard disk storage. The PP65 devices come with 12.1-, 15-, 17-, or 19-inch resistive touchscreens, VGA outputs, gigabit Ethernet, plus multiple USB and serial ports, the company says....

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