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Teclast X70 3G Is the First Tablet with Intel Atom x3, Sells for $50

This year, Intel introduced several new members to the Atom chip family, including the relatively powerful Atom x7 chip, the mid-range Atom x5, and the Atom x3 for low-cost smartphones, tablets and such. While we have seen Atom x7 and Atom x5 juice up tablets like the Microsoft Surface 3...

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$9 Computer Debuts as Open Hardware, Runs Debian

Makezine: Next Thing Co. a team of nine artists and engineers who are pursuing the dream of a lower cost single board computer, today unveiled their progress on Kickstarter, offering a $9 development board called Chip.

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Canonical Showing Off Ubuntu-Powered Tablet Running PC-like Desktop

Making a mobile device act like a PC might seem like a thing of the future, but it's not. Ubuntu developers just showed how connecting a mouse to a tablet transforms the Ubuntu Touch into a desktop experience. Some of the Ubuntu users will remember that developers showed a few...

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Android TV Arrives With New Game Boxes, 4K TVs

The choice of Android TV devices has finally expanded beyond the Nexus Player. Last week, Sony began shipping the first Android TV based TVs, and this week it will be joined by Razer's Forge TV gaming player. Later this month, Nvidia will ship its third-generation Nvidia Shield.

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Sharp is Now Selling Smart TVs With Roku Built In

Roku is today adding another name to its list of smart TV partners: Sharp, which is now offering two TV sets with Roku built in. That makes Sharp the fourth company to get on board with the Roku TV program, which offers manufacturers a way to enhance their TVs with access...

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