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Raspberry Pi hits general availability: order as many as you like

The Raspberry Pi computer has been in short supply since it first hit the production lines a few months ago. But now the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s two manufacturing partners have stepped up production, and 4,000 units are being produced every day. So the group is removing ordering restrictions. Previously orders were limited to one per […]

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CyanogenMod 9 ported to the Google Nexus Q

The Google Nexus Q is a $299 media streaming device designed to let you play music and movies purchased or rented from the Google Play Store. Out of the box, it doesn’t have a user interface. Instead, Google offers an app that lets you control media playback from your Android phone or tablet. Under the […]

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Hardkernel ODROID-X: $129 Android developer board with quad-core CPU

Korean company Hardkernel offers a line of tablets aimed at developers. While they tend to have some great hardware, they also tend to carry high price tags. Now the company is offering a new developer board which costs just $129. Last year’s Hardkernel ODROID-A was one of the first tablets to ship with a Samsung […]

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MK802 Mini PC firmware update will add USB camera, LAN support

The MK802 Android 4.0 Mini PC is a tiny computer that sells for around $80 or less. It runs Google Android 4.0 and features a USB port and HDMI port so you can plug in peripherals including a monitor, mouse, or keyboard. But it doesn’t currently support all USB peripherals. For instance, if you’re running the […]

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Google Nexus Q can run Android apps… kind of

Google is positioning the Nexus Q as a device that you plug into your TV to stream music, movies, and other content from the Google Play Store, YouTube, and other internet sites. But under the hood, the Nexus Q basically has the same hardware as a Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphone, and it’s running Google Android […]