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PLAiR attempts to build a better Chromecast with the $49 PLAiR 2

Earlier this year a company called PLAiR released a $99 device that you could plug into a TV to stream internet media to your big screen while controlling playback with a PC, phone or tablet. Then Google launched the $35 Chromecast which basically did the same thing for $35 — and with support from some […]

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Here’s how Dell’s Wyse Cloud Client works (pocket-sized thin client)

Dell’s Wyse Cloud Connect is a tiny device that you can plug into a monitor or TV to turn it into a thin client device. In other words, you can login to a remote server to run Windows or other enterprise software running on a remote server. Companies could use the stick to basically set […]

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GameStick dock hits the FCC, expands capabilities of PlayJam’s tiny game console

PlayJam’s GameStick is a $80 device that looks like a chunky USB flash drive, but which is designed to let you play Android games on a TV. It’s small enough to actually fit inside the wireless game controller that comes with the GameStick when you’re not using it. But that means there’s not a lot […]

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GOsingGO unveils Android TV Stick with an Ethernet port

Looking for an Android TV stick that you can plug right into your television’s HDMI port to run Android apps, but want a model with an Ethernet port? Up until now you’ve been out of luck — the only options have involved larger set-too-boxes with room for full-sized Ethernet jacks. But manufacturer GOsinGO has introduced […]

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MK908 II Android TV stick with external antenna hits the streets for $75 and up

The Tronsmart MK908 is a small box with a few USB ports, a quad-core processor, and HDMI output. You can plug it into a TV to run Android apps on the big screen. There are a lot of devices on the market like the MK908, but it’s one of the fastest, most reliable devices of […]

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Lilbits (8-05-2013): Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch on the way?

Smartwatches have been all over Kickstarter for the last year or two, with watch makers and startups alike raising millions of dollars from folks interested in wearable computers. This might be the year where the startups have to begin competing with big name companies. Rumor has it that Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Samsung are all […]

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Dell’s Project Ophelia mini PC now shipping to beta testers

Google isn’t the only company shipping a tiny ARM-based device that you can plug into a TV or monitor this week. PC World reports that Dell’s Project Ophelia is now shipping to beta testers. Project Ophelia is a small device that looks like a chunky USB flash drive, but instead of a USB connector, it […]