Google has finally started to expose its Chromecast, the $35 magical device which can be found in majority of US homes, to 3rd party developers.
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Those of us who are excited about Open Source Sailfish OS, which rose from the ashes of MeeGo, in form of Mer will soon be able to test the OS on our Android devices.
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Amazon is all set to get Apple and Roku some serious competition with it's own 'web-TV' or set-top box.
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Click on through for a phone interview with Charlie Reisginer, Technology Director of Penn Manor, on his amazing story of Open Source.
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What to expect from Google I/O this year?
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Rumor has it that the Exynos Infinity could be Samsung’s next-gen 64-bit processor that will compete with Apple’s A7.
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The issuance of the patent to Dr. Hwang has left scientists dumbfounded for obvious reasons.
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It's been a long time coming folks! Adjustable local menu lists come to Ubuntu 14.04!
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Google has released a phone that creates a real-time map of your environment.
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Ricardo Salveti of Canonical Ltd posts updates to Ubuntu Touch's x86 emulator, improving security and rendering.
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Who knew wine and KDE mixed so well together? The Dot interviews Bernard Gray of De Bortoli Wines for a fantastic look on how KDE is helping his company.
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The roll-out will take a few weeks and for those who dislike the new interface, there will still be an option to switch back to the old version.
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The new feature enables users to store their card information in the cloud for NFC payments.
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Steam for Linux has been taking off at an incredible pace. With an astounding 900 % increase over the last 12 months, Linux gamers could not be happier.
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