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Rugged Computer's Ready to Stow Away

Moxa announced a rugged computer compliant with ECDIS, IEC 60945, DNV, and IACS-E10 industrial marine standards. The MC-5150 is equipped with a 2.4GHz Intel Core i5 520E processor, 2GB of pre-installed DDR3 SDRAM, internal and removable SATA storage trays, plus optional NMEA ports along with more usual gigabit Ethernet, VGA,...

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CyanogenMod 7 Hacked Onto The Kindle Fire, Let The Modding Madness Begin!

The $199 Kindle Fire just took one step closer to instant fame. XDA-Dev member, JackpotClavin, managed to flash CM7 onto the Fire using ClockworkMod. The result is a Fire running a custom build of Android and a whole lot of excited fanboys.

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Compact Industrial PC Offers Multiple PCI/PCIe Expansion Options

Neousys Technology announced a compact, fanless industrial computer based on a 1.8GHz Intel Atom D525 processor, and offering resistance to shock, vibration, and extended temperatures. The Nuvo-2000 supports up to 4GB of DDR3 SDRAM, with CompactFlash, SATA, mini-PCI Express, gigabit Ethernet, USB, serial, and isolated DIO connectivity, while PCI slots...

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Type 6 COM Express Module Shrugs Off Heat, Shocks

Adlink annoounced a shock-resistant COM Express module that offers a Type 6 pinout and a choice of three different Intel Core i7 processors. The Express-HRR accepts up to 16GB of DDR3 memory, has eight USB 2.0 ports and four SATA ports, supports VGA, LVDS, and DDI (digital display interface) displays,...

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Lenovo Spins Two Android Tablets, One Five-Inch Smartphone

Lenovo announced three dual-core Android gadgets destined for China: a five-inch LePad S2005 I smartphone, a seven-inch LePad S2007 tablet, and a 10.1-inch LePad S2010 tablet. In the U.S., meanwhile, AT T announced the 4G LTE-ready LG Nitro HD smartphone, featuring a dual-core 1.5GHz processor and a 4.5-inch display with...

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