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Samsung Chromebook Ships to Mixed Reviews

IHS iSuppli published the results of a teardown of the 3G version of Samsung's Chrome OS-based Series 5 Chromebook -- which began shpping today for $500 -- and estimates the solidly-built notebook cost $334.32 to build. Meanwhile, an eWEEK review of the Wi-Fi only Series 5 was similarly impressed with...

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Calxeda Announces ARM Server Alliance

Officials with Calxeda, the startup that's building ARM-based chips for low-power data center servers, announced a & Trailblazer& program designed to create an ecosystem around its technology. But, while Calxeda touted support from Ubuntu Linux sponsor Canonical, among other companies, there's been no hint from Microsoft that it will create...

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TamperMonkey Brings GreaseMonkey Scripts to Android

Android: Moving from the desktop, where you may have your favorite userscripts set up, to your Android phone, where you're missing all of them, can be painful. TamperMonkey is an Android browser that has full support for userscripts, and allows you to add and manage GreaseMonkey scripts to your Android...

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Save Time with Android's Hardware Keyboard Shortcuts

You probably use a lot of keyboard shortcuts on your computer, but you might not have known that your Android phone has similar keyboard shortcuts. If you have a hardware keyboard, here are some of the cool things you can do with it.

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Rugged Industrial Computer Goes Dual-Core

Adlink announced the availability of a $672 fanless industrial computer, equipped with a dual-core, 1.66GHz Intel Atom D510 processor and said to be resistant to extreme temperatures, shock, and vibration. The MXE-3000 features SATA and CompactFlash storage, dual display support, PCI Express and 3G SIM expansion, three gigabit Ethernet ports,...

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