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Mini-ITX Signage Board Upgrades to Dual-Core Processor

Via Technologies announced a Mini-ITX motherboard that includes a dual-core Nano X2 E-Series processor and, with an optional S3-based graphics module, can support four displays, The VB8004 offers up to 4GB of DDR3 memory, includes HDMI, LVDS, and DVI ports, and provides a special 90-pin I/O connector....

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Lenovo's Honeycomb Tablets Feature Netflix

Lenovo announced two Android 3.1 tablets: a consumer-oriented IdeaPad Tablet K1 claimed to be the first tablet to offer Netflix, and a business-focused ThinkPad Tablet. Each tablet follows the Honeycomb script by offering an Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, a 10.1-inch WXGA display, and dual cameras, but the ThinkPad also features...

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Notion Ink Weathers The Storm, Plans On Releasing The Adam 2 Android Tablet This December

CrunchGear, now known as TechCrunch Gadgets, has a long, storied relationship with the India-based Notion Ink. Long story short, we publicly doubted that they could produce a tablet of the quality they were advertising.

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Roku Officially Unveils New Game-Enabled Video Players

The Roku 2 series of video streaming boxes are smaller and offer casual gaming with a Wii-like motion controller.

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Free Hypervisor Adds Virtual Machine Cloning

Oracle released a new version of its free virtualization software, now offering an easy way to clone virtual machines (BMs). VirtualBox 4.1 also includes a memory limit increase to 1TB for 64-bit hosts, guest support for Windows Aero, a new UDP networking tunnel for interconnecting VMs, and support for SATA...

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