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Smartphones could soon be printed on t-shirts

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Smartphones could soon be printed on t-shirts

'Invisible' material to run your computer

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'Invisible' material to run your computer

CES 2014 Live: Intel Edison, an SD card-sized computer announced

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CES 2014 Live: Intel Edison, an SD card-sized computer announced

PC sales likely to boost in third quarter of 2014

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PC sales likely to boost in third quarter of 2014

Lego-like $99 computer for kids can be assembled in less than 20 minutes

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Lego-like $99 computer for kids can be assembled in less than 20 minutes

‘Human Computer’ Shakuntala Devi honored with a Google doodle on her 84th birthday

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‘Human Computer’ Shakuntala Devi honored with a Google doodle on her 84th birthday

Sony PlayStation 4 releasing on November 15 in the US and November 29 in Europe

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Sony PlayStation 4 releasing on November 15 in the US and November 29 in Europe

Sony announces the PlayStation 4, has a 8-core x86 CPU, high performance GPU, Dual Shock 4 controller, Gaikai game streaming

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Sony announces the PlayStation 4, has a 8-core x86 CPU, high performance GPU, Dual Shock 4 controller, Gaikai game streaming

Sony buys cloud based gaming service Gaikai for $380 million

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Sony buys cloud based gaming service Gaikai for $380 million

$25 Raspberry Pi computer is as small as a credit card, will launch next month

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$25 Raspberry Pi computer is as small as a credit card, will launch next month

The Raspberry Pi Foundation is preparing to launch a new ultra-affordable Linux-powered computer next month that is the size of a credit card. It’s so affordable, in fact, that it will cost just $25 or $35, depending on how much RAM the buyer requires. In an interview with Edge, Raspberry Pi Foundation head David Braben said, despite the size and low cost, the Raspberry Pi computer is powerful enough to run games such as Quake III Arena and power 1080p video. The company will launch just 10,000 units to developers next month, mostly in the United Kingdom. “At the moment we’re appealing to techy people because we want people to give their time for free, writing software and improving things, porting them from other places, and putting them into the public domain, essentially, so we can use them for education,” Braben said, noting that he hopes to turn the developer board into a consumer-friendly device next year. The Raspberry Pi is equipped with a 700MHz processor, 128MB or 256MB of RAM, support for an SD card, and both HDMI and RCA outputs.

What to expect at WWDC 2011

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What to expect at WWDC 2011

Today is the day that Apple CEO Steve Jobs and other executives will unveil the next advancements out of the industry’s leading innovator at WWDC 2011. While Apple has already announced that the company will be talking about three different main products iOS 5, iCloud, and Mac OS X Lion the fact is, Apple once again could possibly change (and influence) the entire way we use computers and mobile devices. Let’s look at iCloud, for example: if Apple is able to transition the device-centric approach to how we work with information and apps to a task-centric approach where the PowerPoint presentation you’re working on is what matters, and not what computer or tablet or smartphone you’re editing it from, that in itself a huge move forward in computing. Other companies have been trying to accomplish this for years, but we having a feeling that Apple is about to show us the beginnings of something so seamless, it really could find mass adoption, unlike most current solutions. Add in music, photos, videos, and your documents, and you should be able to pick up any computer or device and have access to all of your information and data from wherever you are. Coupled with a rumored Airport Extreme and TimeCapsule refresh in which the devices will run iOS and a feature an A4 or A5 processor, and all of your data could sit on one of your own devices and it would use your own internet connection to serve up your files directly to you. Lastly, what if iCloud allowed you to just walk up to any iOS or Mac computer and let you sign in, sit down, and practically act as if though it was your device or computer? What if Apple then implements this using NFC in the next iPhone just place your iDevice next to a Mac computer, and it will instantly be transformed into your computer. Hit the break for more!

Nokia Software Updater for Mac launches in beta

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Nokia Software Updater for Mac launches in beta

Nokia on Wednesday released an update to its Nokia Software Updater client for the Macintosh platform via its Nokia Beta Labs portal. The new bits will allow Mac users to update their Nokia phones’ firmware directly from their computers as opposed to over-the-air. Nokia warns that the software is still in the development phase and that it will keep the trial going until further notice. The company hopes that users will provide feedback as they use the software, paving the way for future optimizations and updates. Other details on the software are slim, but hit the jump if you’re a Mac user looking to get the latest software goodness on your Nokia phone.