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Intel Chips, 3D Printing Could Put a Robot in Every Home

Intel chips and 3D printing could make robots as ubiquitous, affordable, customizable and diversely helpful as smartphones.

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Google Gives Developers Early Access to Android L

The Android L preview version gives developers an intriguing look into what the next version of Android will look like and how it will work. Read all about it here.

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With Android One, Google is Poised to Own the Entire World

In the developed world, smartphones are ubiquitous. They’re so common, many device makers have given up on selling non-smartphones entirely. But that’s not the case in the developing world, where consumers are still in transition. This market opportunity has often been referred to as "the next billion," and many companies...

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Android L Could Help Google Crack the Enteprise Market

The Google I/O conference is underway, and, as forecasted here, Android is the star of the event. Not only is Android headed for smartwatches, cars and televisions according to announcements made this at the conference, but it is also going to become much more widely accepted in enterprises if Google has its way. 

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Developers, Get Busybox Runing on Your Rooted Samsung Gear 2 and Galaxy Gear

  Recently the Samsung Gear 2 and the Samsung Galaxy Gear (Tizen version) have got rooted. Now this opens up more possibilities, and for the seriously tech experts you can do funky things like installing busy box on your Smartwatch.   

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