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iRobot, Cisco make Ava 500 Available: Can Remote Management Fly?

The Ava 500, a telepresence robot from iRobot and Cisco, has exited beta. What remains to be seen is how employees adapt to remote management on the fly.

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Amazon Game Controller Leak Suggests a Set-Top Box is Coming

Images of an Amazon-branded game controller have leaked, all-but confirming the existence of an Amazon set-top box for your TV. The images were posted by media blog Zatz Not Funny, which says the photos come from "an overseas regulatory agency" similar to the FCC. They depict a traditional-looking game controller with...

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Using REST with Arduino Yun

With this short guide we release today, we will explain you how to use your Arduino Yun to do something that was never accomplished before with a board of such family. We’ll  face a real embedded project, with its set of sensors and management and control applications. Thanks to our...

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Microsoft and Google Ruin Intel's Plan for Dual-OS Tablets

Asus' dual-boot Transformer Book Duet is dead. At CES this year, one of the big stories was dual-OS devices. Spurred on by encouragement from chipmaker Intel, Asus announced the Transformer Book Duet, a hybrid laptop and tablet that switches between Microsoft Windows and Google's Android on the fly. The device was an...

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Samsung's Ultrasonic Smartphone Case Helps Guide the Blind

Samsung has released three new assistive technology accessories for its Galaxy Core Advance smartphone designed to be used by people with disabilities and visual impairments. The South Korean giant says it developed the tools — a cover that can help users avoid obstacles, a text-reading stand, and a voice label —...

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