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For Google, the Browser Does It All

The company already has a browser named Chrome and the Android operating system, but it said questions would be answered when it released a netbook running the Chrome operating system.

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SBC Adopts Atom E6x5C CPUs, Featuring Integrated FPGA

Kontron announced a PCIe/104 SBC (single board computer) featuring Intel's new Atom E6x5C processors, which include Altera FPGA (field programmable gate arrays). The Microspace MSMST has PCI Express and HSMC (high speed mezzanine card) expansion interfaces, two SATA ports, up to 2GB of soldered-on RAM, plus LVDS and SDVO video...

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Seven- and 10-inch Tablets Run Android 2.1 on 1GHz Chips

Internet Connectivity and Networking (ICAN) has launched both a seven-inch and a 10-inch tablet running Android 2.1 on a 1GHz processor. The $400 ICAN! 7 and $500 ICAN! 10 ship with 16GB of internal storage, plus SD expansion, Wi-Fi, a 1.3-megapixel webcam, dual USB 2.0 ports, and HDMI ports, says...

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Nvidia Upgrades Toolkit for GPU Programming

Nvidia announced the availability of the production release of its CUDA (compute unified device architecture) Toolkit 3.2. This provides performance increases, new math libraries, and advanced cluster management features for developers creating next-generation applications accelerated via GPUs (graphics processing units), the company says....

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Within HP, Palm Still Driving New WebOS Devices

Palm, in many ways the godfather of the smartphone revolution, is continuing to push new mobile devices based on webOS after its acquisition at the hands of HP.

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