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Android Tablet to Debut at Less Than $40

An Android tablet will launch in India at a subsidized price of $22. But even without the government subsidy, it's still cheap at about $60.

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SwipePad for Android: A Better Way to Switch Apps

I've always found it a little bit annoying to switch apps with my Android phone. The stock task manager/app switcher list is cumbersome. SwipePad isn't. You just take your finger, swipe from a corner of your screen and it'll magically launch a very slick app switcher. Pick your app and...

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Amazon Should Buy WebOS

If there was one company that could rival Apple, Google and Microsoft, it's Amazon. It has devices; it has a content marketplace. But what Amazon doesn't have is its own platform. webOS could be the final piece in its puzzle.

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XLP II SoC Promises Up to 20 Quad-Threaded 2.5GHz Cores

NetLogic Microsystems announced a second-generation, 28-nanometer member of its Linux-ready XLP multicore processor family, claimed to be five to seven times faster. The XLP II integrates up to 80 NXCPUs (threads) via up to 20 2.5GHz MIPS64 cores, boasts 100Gbps network processing performance per processor,supports coherent clustering of up to...

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AMD's Low-End Llanos Have Dual Cores, 65 Watt-TDP

AMD added to its line of A-Series (& Llano& ) processors with two dual-core desktop offerings that sell for $75 or less. The A4-3300 operates at 2.5GHz (CPU) and 444MHz (GPU), while the A4-3400 operates at 2.7GHz (CPU) and 600MHz (GPU), and both feature 160 Radeon Cores and 1MB of...

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