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ChromeOS Gets a Desktop, a Taskbar, and a Whole New Look

ChromeOS has always been just a Chrome browser and very little else. With the latest development build, however, Chromebook owners can try out a window manager, a taskbar, and even desktop space. It's all still on the web, but it looks a lot more like a traditional operating system.

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Raspberry Pi Passes Critical Test - Almost Set for Sale

The makers of the mini-Linux computer, Raspberry Pi showed their product was safe for ordinary users.

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Dear Android Tablets: Stay Crazy

Nearly a year and a half ago, I sat down with a representative from a prominent hardware manufacturer. CES was winding down, a show in which 80 tablets entered the world to a massive shrug. He walked me through his company's three or four offerings, which varied in price and...

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Learning to Program the Arduino

This article should acquaint you with basic Arduino programming and show you how to write programs that interact with objects in the real world. (A mandatory disclaimer: the last time I really studied electronics was way back in high school, so this article focuses more on the programming aspects, rather...

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Growing Android Developer Disinterest Is All About Economics

This week, market researchers at IDC and mobile app development and tools company Appcelerator came out with survey-based data showing that developer interest in the Android platform is waning. Specifically, 83.3 percent of developers surveyed last quarter said they were "very interested" in Android, while 78.6 percent of respondents said the same thing this quarter.

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