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Polar M600 review

by Jimmy Westenberg 2 days ago3 comments

Best Android phones (December 2016): our picks, plus a giveaway

by Team AA 3 days ago739 comments

Moto puts smartwatch development on the back burner

by Jimmy Westenberg 2 days ago7 comments

These are Google Play’s best apps and games of 2016

by Jimmy Westenberg 3 days ago0 comments
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Meet MiiPC, the child friendly Android mini-PC

MiiPC is an Android based PC aimed at tackling internet "addictiveness" in kids. Offering full parental controls and usage tracking for under $100, is this the device parents need to ...
by Robert TriggsMarch 25, 20131

Review: FAVI SmartStick brings Android to your TV, supports Netflix, HBO, YouTube and more

I took delivery of my new SmartStick, from American company FAVI Entertainment, just a few days ago and to be honest I was expecting to see yet another run-of-the-mill Android mini ...
by Gary SimsMarch 15, 20134

Raspberry Pi’s 5MP camera module coming soon for $25

Better start thinking of more ways to use the Raspberry Pi, as the Foundation has announced that it will be releasing a 5MP camera add-on for the tiny computer.
by Bams SadewoFebruary 11, 2013

Raspberry Pi Model B now shipping with doubled RAM for same old $35 price

Released back in February with the intention of “stimulating the teaching of basic computer science in schools”, the Raspberry Pi single-board computer has since ended up on the grubby ...
by AdrianOctober 15, 2012

Raspberry Pi gets even sweeter, turbo mode allows up to 1GHz speeds

The Raspberry Pi is designed as a tinkering device and for educational purposes, though it is also quite useful for things like media playing and light gaming. As an owner of a ...
by Andrew GrushSeptember 20, 2012
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