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Snapdragon Dev Kit for Windows developers now available for $219 (mini PC with Snapdragon 7c)

The Snapdragon Developer Kit is a small, inexpensive desktop computer designed to let Windows software developers test their apps on hardware powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors. First announced in May, the Snapdragon Developer Kit was designed by Qualcomm and Microsoft and manufactured by ECS, and it’s now available for purchase for $219. The kit, also […]

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Google’s ADT-3 Android TV developer kit with Android 10 now available for $79

The Google ADT-3 is the first Android TV device to feature a version of Google’s smart TV software based on Android 10. First unveiled in December, the little TV box is aimed at developers who want to make sure their Android TV apps are ready for the software that will roll out to supported devices […]

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NVIDIA Jetson Nano is a tiny AI computer for $99 and up

NVIDIA’s latest Jetson computer module is basically a small, low-power PC designed to provide an affordable solution for artificial intelligence. The NVIDIA Jetson Nano module features a 1.43 GHz ARM Cortex-A57 quad-core processor and 128-core NVIDIA Maxwell graphics with speeds up to 921 MHz. NVIDIA says the Jetson Nano “delivers 472 GFLOPS of computer performance” […]

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Intel launches $399 RealSense/Project Tango smartphone for developers

Intel has introduced a smartphone with an Atom x7-Z8700 Cherry Trail processor, a 6 inch, 2560 x 1440 pixel display, 2GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage. And the company’s going to sell it for $399. There’s one small catch though: the target market is developers, and the phone is really a development kit designed […]

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Auraslate launches LifePad hacker-friendly tablets with open source hardware

Android tablets are a dime a dozen these days… but if you’re not happy with the software that comes with your tablet you have to figure out if you can root the device, unlock the bootloader, and install custom firmware. Or you can buy a tablet that has nothing but open source components. Up until […]