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CyanogenMod 6.1 Released

Version 6.1 of the CyanogenMod Android distribution has been released. New features abound; they include a number of camera improvements, nicer notifications, "super duper unified flashlights," FM radio support on a number of handsets, and more; see the changelog for the details.

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More Android People Are Using Froyo Than Ever Before [Android]

Even more Android users have got Froyo now than they did a month ago, at a cost to Eclair, but mostly 1.6 (Donut), which fell from 15 per cent to 10.6 per cent. Hurrah! [Android via UberGizmo] More »...

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VA-API Support For Google Android Platform

We have been tipped off that a few VA-API patches have hit the upstream libva tree for furthering along Google's Android support for this video acceleration API. VA-API is arguably the second best video playback acceleration API available to Linux users, after the NVIDIA-created VDPAU...

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Boxee Review: Good At One Thing, Bad At Everything Else [Video]

Theoretically, Boxee is like a cheaper Google TV that can play back every file type imaginable, as well as stream internet videos through its browser + Flash player setup. In reality, it only does one of those things well.

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Mini PC Has Dual-Core Atom, Ion 2

Habey USA announced an & Apple TV-style& PC that includes a dual-core Intel Atom D510 processor and an Nvidia Ion 2 GPU (graphics processing unit). The & EPC-6568& is offered today for approximately $260, but will be the subject of a Newegg.com & Black Friday& deal later this week, the...

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