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Fanless Sandy Bridge PCs Offer Range of Expansion Options

Vecow announced six fanless PCs that support Intel's & Sandy Bridge& range of Core processors. The EC-5500 devices include dual drive bays and CFast slots, three or five Ethernet ports, Mini PCI slots, eSATA ports, plus options such as removable disks and digital I/O, according to the company....

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Nine-Inch Android Tablet Sells for $280

E-Fun announced a nine-inch Android 2.3 tablet for $280. The Nextbook Premium 9 is equipped with a 1GHz Rockchips RK2918 processor, 4GB of storage, a two-megapixel camera, and a 1280 x 800-pixel capacitive display, says the company....

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Pogoplug Gains USB 3.0, SATA Ports

Pogoplug announced a new version of its Linux-based file-sharing and backup device. The Pogoplug Series 4 adds more local storage options, including two USB 3.0 ports and a SATA port compatible with Universal Storage Module-compliant devices such as SeaGate GoFlex hard disk drives....

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HP Decides to Open Source WebOS

The company plans to continue to support the platform and hopes to spur developer interest.

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HP Made the Right Move on WebOS, But What's Next?

Faced with the unsavory alternatives, HP made the right choice in releasing WebOS to the community under open source license, says this analysis by eWEEK's Chris Preimesberger. Even if WebOS ends up dying on the open source vine, befriending the development community should have long-term public relations benefits, and the...

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