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Google Announces Smart, Linux-Powered OnHub Router for Next-Gen Wi-Fi

On August 18, Google had the great pleasure of revealing its latest product, OnHub, a router powered by a Linux kernel-based operating system and designed from the ground up to provide home user with a next-generation Wi-Fi network. Promising to offers you the fastest Wi-Fi connection always, OnHub has been...

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BeagleBone Green Drops The HDMI… And The Price

Seeed Studios is shipping its $39 “Green” version of the BeagleBone, which loses the micro-HDMI port but adds a micro-USB port and Grove sensor interfaces. 

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Dell's Latest Flash Storage Aims for Low Cost With TLC 3D NAND Technology

The SC4020 tries for the mantle of lowest cost-per-gigabyte for flash arrays at $1.66 per GB for all flash and 58 cents for hybrids.

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Trying Out One Of The Cheapest, Sub-$40 SSDs On Linux

If you are in the market for a new solid-state drive but aren't too concerned about speed or storage capacity but just need something very affordable to get the job done, the ADATA SP600 is available in a 64GB model for less than $40 USD.

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Google Releases Ethernet Adapter for Chromecast

The $15 Ethernet adapter is designed to bolster streaming via Chromecast for those with poor WiFi connectivity.

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