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Google Building Self-Driving Cars With No Steering Wheel, Brake Pedal

Google has experimented in the past with its self-driving cars by modifying production cars from automakers. Now Google plans to build its own cars from scratch.

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Introduction to MonoTizen

Kitsilano Software are bringing C# to Tizen, in the form of the MonoTizen project. The MonoTizen project aims to replicate the delightful development experience which Xamarin have delivered to mobile developers with Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android, but with a Tizen-flavored twist to the pricing model and host platform focus. 

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Toshiba Unveils Trio of Tablets, Including $110 Android 4.4 KitKat Tablet

The Excite Go is a budget 7-inch device, while the 8-inch and 10-inch Encore 2 models run Windows 8.1 and start at $200.

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Open Source Vivaldi Tablet and Improv Board Seem to Be Dead in the Water

Once upon a time a group of developers with the KDE team decided to release a tablet based on open source software.

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Cheap Intel-Based Android Tablets Get Real

Toshiba tipped a $110 Android tablet using a quad-core Intel Atom, while Intel revealed plans to license Rockchip to make its own low-cost Atom-based SoCs. 

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