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Raspberry Pi Sells Nearly A Million Units Worldwide

Raspberry Pi Sells Nearly A Million Units Worldwide

Raspberry Pi, the credit card-sized mini-computer, has been a huge success with developers as well as common users alike. Priced at a mere $35, Raspberry Pi has apparently been selling like hot cakes. And now, the team behind the mini-computer has hinted that the total sales figure has mounted up to one million!

By On January 13, 2013 Respond
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Samsung Ditches Its Windows RT Plans For The US Market

Samsung Ditches Its Windows RT Plans For The US Market

Microsoft efforts to bring Windows RT to mobile devices has not been very fruitful. Not only the common user seems utterly disinterested, even hardware vendors have shown little keenness in launching Windows RT devices. Samsung is the latest to ditch Windows RT by cancelling its plans to that end.

By On January 13, 2013 Respond
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In-Win D-Frame And H-Frame Heavy-Duty PC Cases Will Blow Your Mind

In-Win D-Frame And H-Frame Heavy-Duty PC Cases Will Blow Your Mind

PC cases are more often than not quite boring. In-Win has unveiled two new PC cases at CES 2013, called D-Frame and H-Frame, that will make your PC invincible and look likewise.

By On January 12, 2013 Respond
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Revolve Your Tablets During Teleconferences With Revolve Robotics’ KUBI

Revolve Your Tablets During Teleconferences With Revolve Robotics’ KUBI

Teleconferences have increasingly gained traction in the corporate sector recently, thanks to a whole plethora of teleconferencing technologies and hardware. If you wish to notch up the fun in your teleconferencing sessions, you may want to try out Revolve Robotics’ KUBI which has just been unveiled during CES 2013.

By On January 12, 2013 Respond
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Motorola Solutions HC1: An Excellently Designed, Modular Head-Mounted Computer

Motorola Solutions HC1: An Excellently Designed, Modular Head-Mounted Computer

Head-mounted computers may not have a very vast commercial appeal but they are surely a very useul tool for those who have to wear helmets in their line of work. Unveiled at the CES event, Motorola Solutions HC1 is a modular head-mounted computer which comes with an excellent design and programmable features.

By On January 11, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Shows Off Illumiroom, Projects Images Across An Entire 3D Area

Microsoft Shows Off Illumiroom, Projects Images Across An Entire 3D Area

During Samsung’s CES 2013 keynote, Microsoft also took the stage for a while. The company showed up a new display technology which apparently projects images and lights all across a given environment, rather than confining it to a screen. The company has dubbed the technology ‘Illumiroom.’

By On January 11, 2013 Respond
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Kingston Made World’s Largest Flash Drive. It’s 1TB!

Kingston Made World’s Largest Flash Drive. It’s 1TB!

Kingston Technology has made the world’s largest flash drive. The flash drive is called DataTraveler HyperX Predator. Any guesses what could be the size? It’s 1 Terabyte (1,024 gigabytes).

By On January 8, 2013 Respond
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Apple Offers Build-To-Order Fusion Drive Option For 21.5-Inch iMacs

Apple Offers Build-To-Order Fusion Drive Option For 21.5-Inch iMacs

Apple has recently made a significant change at its Online Store. The change incorporates the availability of the 1 terabyte hybrid Fusion Drive as a build-to-order option for the entry-level 21.5-inch iMac. Earlier, the Fusion Drive was available to go only with high-end iMac models.

By On January 7, 2013 Respond
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GameStick Reaches Funding Goal Within 30 Hours On KickStarter

GameStick Reaches Funding Goal Within 30 Hours On KickStarter

We recently wrote a detailed piece on GameStick, a new ultra-portable TV game console that had launched a KickStarter crowd-funding campaign. The campaign sought out to gather $100,000 to start large-scale production of the device and now, it has met this funding goal within 30 hours!

By On January 5, 2013 Respond
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Android Jelly Bean Adopted By 10% Of Android Users

Android Jelly Bean Adopted By 10% Of Android Users

Back in August, we reported that despite a much-anticipated launch, Android Jelly Bean’s adoption rate has been rather slow. Back then, the new version was running on a mere 1% of the Android devices. Flash-forward to today and Jelly Bean has already captured more than 10% of the Android hardware.

By On January 5, 2013 Respond
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Canonical Finally Unveils Ubuntu Phone OS For Mobile Devices

Canonical Finally Unveils Ubuntu Phone OS For Mobile Devices

We recently reported that Canonical was hinting at a ‘touch-related’ release with a ticking clock on its website. The clock has apparently reached the mark and Canonical has released Ubuntu Phone OS, the Ubuntu iteration meant to run on mobile devices.

By On January 3, 2013 Respond
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Samsung Will Unveil Enhanced Series 7 Chronos And New Ultrabooks At CES 2013

Samsung Will Unveil Enhanced Series 7 Chronos And New Ultrabooks At CES 2013

The CES 2013 is going to be held from Jan 8 to Jan 11. While people are eagerly waiting to see what new things will be unveiled at CES 2013 South Korean tech giant Samsung has announced that it’ll unveil enhanced Series 7 Chronos with AMD graphics and a 13-inch new Ultrabook at the CES 2013.

By On January 3, 2013 Respond
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Samsung Series 3 Chromebox Gets A New Look With Same Features

Samsung Series 3 Chromebox Gets A New Look With Same Features

Samsung has revealed that without changing any single specification, the company will make a completely new look for the tiny Chrome OS computer called the XE300M22-B01US.

By On January 3, 2013 Respond
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Developer Ports Open webOS To Google Nexus 7

Developer Ports Open webOS To Google Nexus 7

HP’s venture into the tablet market was an abysmal failure, even when its webOS had promising prospects. So when HP decided to shelve the platform altogether, there were many who were disappointed. Now, Simon Busch has ported Open webOS to Google Nexus 7 to give us a glimpse of what we have missed.

By On January 3, 2013 Respond
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ASUS Silently Stored A 15-inch Zenbook Touch U500VZ Laptop On Its Website

ASUS Silently Stored A 15-inch Zenbook Touch U500VZ Laptop On Its Website

Seems like Taiwanese company ASUS has become very much conservative. Recently, ASUS has silently stored a 15-inch Zenbook Touch U500VZ on its website. Features and Specifications of Zenbook Touch U500VZ inside.

By On January 3, 2013 Respond
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