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Beeper Mini, the iMessage-for-Android app stops working days after launch (Updated)

Beeper has been offering a unified messaging platform for a few years, allowing users to open a single app to communicate with contacts via SMS, Google Chat, Facebook Messenger, Slack, Discord, WhatsApp, and perhaps most significantly, iMessage. Up until this week though, Android users that wanted to use Beeper to send “blue bubble” messages to […]

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Lilbits: Raspberry Pi’s new specs for add-ons, update on the MNT Pocket Reform, and GPU improvements for Google Pixel devices

The MNT Pocket Reform is the latest in a lien of open hardware products from MNT, the team that brought MNT Reform into the world a few years ago. As the name suggests, the new model is much smaller, but it still keeps the ethos of open source software and hardware and a modular, customizable […]

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This fanless mini PC has two 2.5 GbE Ethernet ports an up to a Core i3-N305 processor

The CWWK X86-P5 is a small desktop computer with a fanless design, support for up to 32GB of DDR5 memory, and low-power Intel Alder Lake-N processor, with support for up to an Intel Core i3-N305 chip. It’s positioned as a firewall appliance, thanks to dual 2.5 Gb Ethernet ports, but with prices starting as low as […]

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Radxa Zero 3W is a Pi Zero-sized PC with a RK3566 processor, WiFi 6 and up to 8GB RAM

The Radxa Zero 3W is a single-board computer that measures just 65 x 30mm (2.6″ x 1.2″) and features a Rockchip RK3566 quad-core ARM Cortex-A55 processor with Mali-G52-2EE graphics and an integrated neural processing unit. First unveiled in October, the Radxa Zero 3W is available now for $15 and up from Arace, and should be […]

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MINISFORUM AR900i is a mini ITX motherboard with an Intel Core i9-13900HX chip

Mini PC makers have been stuffing high-performance mobile chips into compact desktop computers for years. But recently we’ve seen companies take a somewhat stranger approach by using the same chips in mini ITX motherboards, allowing users to build their own mini PC. Why is that weird? Because mini ITX boards can also support socketed, desktop-class […]

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Looking Glass Go is a pocket-sized holographic display for viewing 3D images without special glasses (crowdfunding)

The Looking Glass Go is a 6 inch, 1440 x 2560 pixel display connected to a stand with support for adjustable viewing angles. But it’s not just a standard digital photo frame, it’s a glasses-free 3D display that’s the most compact, affordable holographic display to date from Looking Glass. It’s expected to ship in June, […]

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Lilbits: Framework Laptop 16, Chromecast exploit, AYA Neo Slide review, and new Google Pixel features

This summer, modular, repairable, and upgradable laptop maker Framework introduced their biggest, most powerful… and most modular laptop yet. Not only does the Framework Laptop 16 have more user-selectable ports than its 13.5 inch sibling, but the input area is also customizable and there’s a new connector on the back of the computer for attaching […]

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AMD’s Ryzen 8040 Mobile “Hawk Point” chips bring AI improvements… and not much else

AMD’s Ryzen 7040 Mobile “Phoenix” processors offer a lot of bang for the buck by combining up to 8 Zen 4 CPU cores with up to 12 RDNA 3 GPU compute units. They’re also the first x86 chips to feature an integrated NPU (neural processing unit) for on-device AI acceleration. So what’s next from AMD? […]