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  • Microsoft outlines the limitations of Windows on ARM devices

    Microsoft outlines the limitations of Windows on ARM devices

    Slowly but surely, all of our questions are being answered regarding Microsoft's latest endeavor to get Windows 10 running on ARM processors. First announced in December 2016, the company surprised everyone by partnering with Qualcomm in an effort to get Win32 apps running on ARM chips. A year later, the first devices to use the Snapdragon 835 chipset were announced, but those won't come to market until this spring.


    In other words, very few people have actually used one of these
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    Last edited by trebor; 02-18-2018, 11:41.

  • How to Build a $35 Media Center with Kodi and the Raspberry Pi

    How to Build a $35 Media Center with Kodi and the Raspberry Pi

    If you’ve been holding off on setting up a*Kodi-based media center computer because they’re loud, expensive, don’t fit in your media rack, the Raspberry Pi is your savior. For only $35 (plus a few accessories you may have lying around), you can get a small, efficient computer that can play all your media from one beautiful, couch-friendly interface.



    This guide assumes you’re at least somewhat familiar with the Raspberry Pi and Kodi, so if you aren’t, be sure to check out...
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  • You Can Now Run Android 8.1 on Your PC with Apps from Google Play Store

    You Can Now Run Android 8.1 on Your PC with Apps from Google Play Store

    AndEX Oreo 8.1 (Android-x86_64) build 180202 is out now Feb 12


    A new update of the AndEX Oreo 8.1 computer operating system, a clone of the Android-x86 project, has been released, promising to let users install Android apps from the Google Play Store.

    Previous releases of AndEX Oreo 8.1, which lets you install Google's latest Android 8.1 Oreo mobile operating system on your personal computer, didn't actually let users install Android apps from Google Play Store,
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  • Android Nougat release with Android-x86 7.1-r1

    Android Nougat release with Android-x86 7.1-r1

    Android-x86 7.1-r1

    Android-x86 project allows you to run Android on your Intel/AMD computer, and the developer have just released the first stable Android Nougat release with Android-x86 7.1-r1.





    Changelog / key features:
    • Android-x86 installer was improved a lot:
      • Created EFI boot entry to efibootmgr.
      • Added auto-installation function which is useful to install Android-x86 as the only one OS.
      • Provided more information on disk and partition selection
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  • Five more editions are coming to Windows 10

    Five more editions are coming to Windows 10

    Microsoft is at it again, they will be expanding the number of existing Windows 10 editions, Microsoft is going to bring five more variants for home users. Here are the key changes and how they will be licensed and priced.

    The Redmond software giant is currently working on no less than five new editions which extend the Windows 10 Home family and seems to be tied to hardware specifications. The new (and now totally confusing) editions you can see listed below. It is totally unclear
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  • Intel Gemini Lake NUC7CJY/NUC7PJY Kits and Mini PC Specifications Released

    Intel Gemini Lake NUC7CJY/NUC7PJY Kits and Mini PC Specifications Released

    Based on Intel NUC 2018/2019 roadmap published, we expected the first Intel Gemini Lake NUC mini PC to launch right at the end of 2017, but there’s been some delays. Since then we’ve learned Gemini Lake mini PC from third parties should launch around the end of March / beginning of April, and the official Intel GLK NUCs might launch around that time frame, or maybe a little earlier, because today, I’ve been informed the specifications for NUC7CJY/NUC7PJY kits and mini PC had been released on Intel...
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  • Xiaomi Mi Box 4 And Mi Box 4c With 4K HDR Launched In China

    Xiaomi Mi Box 4 And Mi Box 4c With 4K HDR Launched In China

    As we earlier reported, Xiaomi has today launched two new smart TV boxes in China — Xiaomi Mi Box 4 and Mi Box 4c. These fourth-generation TV boxes from Xiaomi are the successor of the Mi Box 3s and Mi Box 3c launched in November 2016.


    The Mi Box 4 comes in a white colored body and measures 1.6cm in thickness. It weighs 145 grams and comes in its usual small square-shaped design. Under the hood, the device is powered by a 64-bit quad-core CPU and an unidentified GPU.
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  • Xiaomi’s Mi Box 4 Android TV To Launch In China On 29th January

    Xiaomi’s Mi Box 4 Android TV To Launch In China On 29th January

    It’s been a long time since Xiaomi announced the upgraded version of its Android TV box. After a hiatus of over one year, the company has now announced that it will launch the Mi Box 4 Android TV on 29th January in China.

    The Mi Box 4 will become the successor of the Mi Box 3s which was launched in November 2016. There were no new Mi Box devices launched in the year 2017. While the company has revealed that the Mi Box 4 will be announced on 29th January, there is no information available...
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  • Why Chromepads could be better than Android tablets

    Why Chromepads could be better than Android tablets

    It looks like the first Chrome OS tablets without physical keyboards could be on the way soon. But… what’s the point?

    After all, Google already has an operating system that runs on tablets. It’s called Android. And one of the key features of a Chromebook is that it’s a desktop-style operating system with support for multiple windows, the same version of Chrome that runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux, and support for keyboard, mouse, and (occasionally) pen input.

    But over
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  • Mainline Linux on Amlogic S905/S905X/S912 SoCs – 2018 Status Update

    Mainline Linux on Amlogic S905/S905X/S912 SoCs – 2018 Status Update

    BayLibre is working on mainline Linux for Amlogic SoC, and in February of last year, Neil Armstrong gave a presentation entitled “Mainline Linux on AmLogic SoCs” at the Embedded Linux Conference 2017.

    Neil has recently (actually yesterday) given another presentation about the status of mainline Linux on Amlogic processor at linux.conf.au 2018, so we have some updated information now. He goes through the whole history of upstreaming Linux for Amlogic SoCs, but I’ll provided summary of
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