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  • WeTek Hub TV Box Unboxing and Teardown (CNXSoft)

    WeTek Hub TV Box Unboxing and Teardown (CNXSoft)

    WeTek Hub is the latest TV box by WeTek running Android 5.1 or OpenELEC, with support for Widevine Level 1 allowing Netflix HD in Android as well as Microsoft Playready DRM, and featuring Amlogic S905-H Rev. C processor that fixes video playback issues on some 4K H.265 DVB streams, and includes Dolby and DTS licenses. The company has now sent me a unit for review, and I’ll check the hardware first before reviewing the TV box in a separate post.
    WeTek Hub Unboxing


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  • Take a look at the latest stunning 4K UHD video of Earth from space

    Take a look at the latest stunning 4K UHD video of Earth from space

    As part of its steadily growing collection of publicized video of the Earth from space and of other major celestial phenomena, NASA has recently released their newest 4K ultra HD montage of our pale blue world as it looks from aboard the International Space Station. This video and a number of other previous releases are all part of the space agency’s continuing mission to present the whole Earth in the clearest, sharpest ever level of total detail possible with new digital video technology.
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  • VLC 2.0 for Android released

    VLC 2.0 for Android released

    The update to VLC 2.0 for Android introduces a large number of new features such as network browsing and video playlists to the popular media player.
    VLC Media Player may not be as popular on Android as it is on desktop computer systems, but it is still fairly popular thanks to the feature set it ships with.
    The new version VLC 2.0 is available for all Android versions 2.2 and newer, and already available on
    Google Play and various third-party stores.
    VLC 2.0 for Android

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  • Logic Supply CL100 available

    Logic Supply CL100 available

    Logic Supply's CL100 is definitely a step forward, offering a robust and well-proportioned aluminum enclosure for the 6W Celeron N3150. The CL100 is available



    ✓ Celeron N3150 (4 cores up to 2.08 GHz)
    ✓ 2 GB DDR3L RAM (2 slots up de 16 GB)
    ✓ 32 GB mSATA SSD (up to 512 GB)
    ✓ 3 x USB 3.0 ports
    ✓ 1 x USB 3.0 (Type-C) port
    ✓ 2 x HDMI
    ✓ 1 x DisplayPort
    ✓ 1 x Gigabit Ethernet
    ✓ 1 x PCIe Mini Card (half-height)

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  • Now you can install Android TV on a PC (unofficially)

    Now you can install Android TV on a PC (unofficially)

    Android TV is basically Android; for TVs. Google’s operating system for smart TVs and set top boxes is based on the same code as the company software for smartphones and tablets, but it features a custom user interface designed to be easy to navigate using a remote control and big screen TV and it supports apps with similar features.
    The simplest way to use Android TV is to buy a television or a TV box that runs the software. But now there's another way: you can install an unofficial version
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  • Remix OS Gains New Devices And Partners, Even As Google Moves To Integrate Android Into Chrome OS

    Jide Technology, the company known for creating the Android for PCs that Google should’ve made years ago, announced a new 2-in-1 tablet called the Remix Pro that comes with the Android “Marshmallow”-based Remix OS 3.0.
    For many years, Android failed on PCs and notebooks because it didn’t have an interface for the larger display format. Google also didn’t seem to give this idea too much attention, possibly because it knew that if it did, it would’ve made Android a director competitor...
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  • Rockchip RK3399 ready for Mass Production for Tablets and VR with Dual-USB Type-C

    Rockchip RK3399 ready for Mass Production for Tablets and VR with Dual-USB Type-C

    Rockchip RK3399 dual-core ARM Cortex-A72 with quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 big.LITTLE at 28nm with ARM Mali-T864 GPU is ready for mass production, here showing an ultra-slim tablet, featuring dual USB Type-C for charging, for data and display output. Rockchip also shows their high performance VR solution ready for mass production based on RK3399, Chromebooks, Windows 10, Set-top-boxes, Robots and more are probably to come.



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    Last edited by trebor; 06-19-2016, 14:24.

  • Amlogic S912, ARM Cortex-A53 with Mali-T830 GPU, 4K HDR, VP9, and a little 905x (armdevices)

    Amlogic S912 is their high end CPU with 64bit Octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 with High performance OpenGL 3.1 3D GPU on ARM Mali-T830 GPU for higher performance gaming. Amlogic S912 supports 4K HDR including Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG, 4K@60fp 10bit video decode and picture in picture display, multi-format video playback including VP9, H.265 10-bit and AVS+, with complete Dolby, DTS certifications, support operators level hardware security 4K DRM. Mass production and shipping will start from Q3 2016....
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  • Stop your computer from overheating by stacking copper coins on it:

    Stop your computer from overheating by stacking copper coins on it:

    Stop your computer from overheating by stacking copper coins on it


    We've all been through the frustration of an uncomfortably hot computer - you're in the middle of a 3-hour dungeon crawl (or the fifth episode in a row of Game of Thrones), and suddenly the fan kicks into high-gear and your laptop starts burning into your legs.
    But a Japanese twitter user has come up with the ultimate (and easiest) solution to the problem: simply stack copper coins on top of your machine...
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  • Unboxing and Teardown of NEXBOX A5 TV Box Powered by Amlogic S905X Processor (CNXSoft)

    Unboxing and Teardown of NEXBOX A5 TV Box Powered by Amlogic S905X Processor (CNXSoft)

    NEXBOX A5 is one of the first Android 6.0 TV boxes based on Amlogic S905 processors capable of 4K H.265, H2.64 and VP9 video decoding. The company sent a sample for review, and I’ll start by taking pictures of the device and board in the first part of the review, before fully testing its performance and features in the second part.


    First, Amlogic S905X is placed under a rather thin heatsink. Two more SKhynix H5TQ4G63AFR DDR3 RAM chips bring the total memory to 2GB, and...
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