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  • The End of TVAddons: Kodi devs are dropping like flies

    The End of TVAddons: Kodi devs are dropping like flies

    You can feel the panic in the Kodi community.

    TVAddons suddenly disappeared this week after being sued by Dish Network for copyright infringement. Each infringement carries a possible fine of $150,000 US.

    That can add up VERY quickly.

    Since the “Kodi Crackdown” started, several big-name Kodi devs have thrown in the towel under the legal pressure, but losing TVAddons is by far the biggest blow to the community.



    Why is this a big deal?

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  • Micro SD Cards for Development Boards – Classes, Tools, Benchmarks, Reliability, and Tips & Tricks (CNX)

    When people plan to use a development board for their project, they mainly focus on the requirements of the development board itself, as well as software support. But selecting the right accessories may be just as crucial for good performance and stability. For example, selecting a proper power supply is important, as the board may freeze or randmly rebooted if it is not feed at the right voltage. Part of this is selecting a micro USB cable, as you’ll want a cable with minimal resistance which can...
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  • How to Use Dolby Atmos Surround Sound on Windows 10

    How to Use Dolby Atmos Surround Sound on Windows 10



    Windows 10's Creators Update added support for Dolby Atmos positional sound. This includes two things: Support for Dolby Atmos hardware and virtual Dolby Atmos sound that works in any pair of headphones.

    The Dolby Atmos for headphones feature is a bit weird. It appears in the standard Windows control panel as an option, but it requires a free trial or $14.99 purchase via the Windows Store before you can actually use it.



    What Is Dolby Atmos?
    Traditional...
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  • Now you can run Linux on Windows 10 without developer mode

    Now you can run Linux on Windows 10 without developer mode

    One of the more surprising (and geeky) features Microsoft introduced with the launch of Windows 10 was something called Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). Basically, it’s a tool that lets you run a Linux-based operating system such as Ubuntu within Windows. Up until now the only way to do that was to enable Developer Mode from the Windows settings.

    But starting with the new Windows 10 preview build that
    launched this week, you don’t need to toggle Developer Mode to use WSL.
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  • A piracy lawsuit is tearing Kodi's add-on community apart

    A piracy lawsuit is tearing Kodi's add-on community apart

    Some of the biggest third-party Kodi streaming addons are no longer available.TorrentFreak reports that ZemTV and Phoenix have recently closed following a lawsuit from US satellite broadcaster Dish Network, with other streaming add-ons following suit. The add-ons, which offer on-demand and live streamed content free of charge, are accused of direct copyright infringement of various TV channels.

    In a statement on the TVAddons forum, Phoenix developer Cosmix confirmed the closure, but...
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  • HDMI 2.1, 4K120, 8K60 (up to 10K120 compressed), new 48Gbps cable, Dynamic HDR

    HDMI 2.1, 4K120, 8K60 (up to 10K120 compressed), new 48Gbps cable, Dynamic HDR

    HDMI announces the upcoming release of HDMI 2.1 that supports 8K60 and 4K120 uncompressed over a new 48Gbps HDMI 2.1 cable,
    even supporting up to 10K 120fps compressed. HDMI 2.1 also supports Dynamic HDR, eARC and Game Mode VVR.
    Dynamic HDR enables variable HDR on a scene-by-scene even frame-by-frame basis. eARC enables object-based 3D audio and device auto-detect.
    Game Mode VRR features variable refresh rate, which enables a GPU to display the image at the moment it is rendered
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  • Realtek RTD1296 for Android TV, Google Voice Assistant, NAS

    Realtek RTD1296 for Android TV, Google Voice Assistant, NAS

    Realtek RTD1296 is a processor for Android TV Box featuring quad core Cortex A53 GPU, Mali T820 MP3, DDR3 and DDR4 ram,
    LPDDR2/3ROM, eMMC 5.0 (and NAND), HDMI: 2.0 (TX/RX), LAN: Gigabit Ethernet (x2),
    11ac Wi-fi USB, 1 X USB 3.0 and 2 X USB 2.0, MHL, SATA, Bluetooth, SD card, PCI-e,IrDA in/out, S/PDIF output.

    The solution also supports picture in picture. The RTD1296 is similar to the RTD1295 but with more IO. The realtek rtd2871 is another solution for Android TV Box with
    ...
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  • HIGH PERFORMANCE OCTA-CORE TABLET SOLUTION RK3368H IS READY NOW!

    HIGH PERFORMANCE OCTA-CORE TABLET SOLUTION RK3368H IS READY NOW!


    Rockchip RK3368H Highlights
    - High Performance. Octa-core with antutu score over 48000
    - High Frame Rate. Up to 59.8 fps
    - High-definition Video Decoding. Support H.265 & H.264
    - High Resolution Display Screen. Support 8-15.6 inch FHD display screen



    Source:Chinagadgetreview...
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  • Zotac PI225 Ultra Slim Apollo Lake Mini PC is Smaller than a 2.5″ SSD, About as Thick as a Smartphone (CNX)

    We’ve covered a large number of tiny mini PCs and TV sticks powered by Intel processors, but usually they are thicker than your smartphone because of USB, HDMI, and Ethernet ports if the latter is included. Zotac decided to leverage USB type C data and display capabilities to do away with USB & HDMI ports, and used a micro USB port for power in their latest Zotac PI225 mini PC resulting in an ultra thin (8mm) mini PC that is smaller than a 2.5″ SSD.



    Zotac PI225 mini
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  • Windows 10 ARM Mobile PCs Demonstrated with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC at Computex 2017

    Windows 10 ARM Mobile PCs Demonstrated with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC at Computex 2017

    Windows on ARM has been tried before with Windows RT, but the systems were crippled, and it was not exactly a success. Microsoft and Qualcomm are now giving it another try with ARM mobile computers running the full version Windows 10 on Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, and Asus, HP, and Lenovo building devices based on the solution.

    There are plenty of inexpensive Intel PCs running Windows 10, so what would be the benefits of using Snapdragon 835 SoC? Qualcomm explains that it’s the
    ...
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