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Android-Controlled Exercycle Excites Kickstarter Fans

After only two days on Kickstarter, an Android 4.1-powered exercise bike project has reached almost half its $250,000 goal. Peloton Cycle’s Peloton Bike is equipped with a 21.5-inch touchscreen console that runs Android 4.1 on a 1.5GHz dual-core ARM processor, offers multiple wireless options for connecting heart rate monitors, and...

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Virtualization Tech Suits Carrier Grade Linux Requirements

Wind River has announced a KVM-based virtualization extension to Wind River Linux designed for the telecom industry. The Wind River Open Virtualization Profile offers an open source, real-time kernel virtualization platform that features CPU isolation and under 3-second latency, and supports future network functions virtualization (NFV) standards, says Wind River.

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As Firefox OS Phones Loom, Mozilla Won't Dabble on the Hardware Side

Mozilla has been involved with open source for a very long time now, and as more details emerge about how the company will approach its promising Firefox OS mobile strategy, it's clear that it is applying some lessons learned from the open source game. In a series of new reports, there are signs that Mozilla will concentrate on development of its mobile operating system and leave it to hardware makers to make Firefox OS phones successful. 

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Ouya Launches for $99; Already Sold Out on Amazon, GameStop

The console is, however, available on other online marketplaces, including Best Buy. [Read more]    ...

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Sony Xperia Z Ultra Hands-On: The Smartphone That Evolved Into a Tablet

Sony's Xperia Z Ultra represents a great evolution of the original Xperia Z design: it's now waterproof instead of just water-resistant, its 3.5mm headphone jack is no longer hidden behind an annoying plastic flap, and it has an aluminum frame and softer edges. It's also thinner, at 6.5mm versus 7.9mm...

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