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Black Friday 2017: Google Home for $99 right now and more!

by AA Picks 10 hours ago11 comments

An interview with Made for Google’s Blade Olson

by Jimmy Westenberg 6 hours ago0 comments

OnePlus 5T initial review: first 72 hours

by David Imel 1 day ago0 comments

The OnePlus 5T is now available for purchase

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Google insists Linux bug is not a major threat

Google announced that far fewer Android devices are affected by the Linux bug than has been reported.
by John DyeJanuary 21, 201610

Deal: Start your career off on the right foot with the Linux Power User Bundle for just $19

The Linux Power User Bundle is now available in the Android Authority Deals Store, at a massive 97% discount.
by AA DealsJanuary 20, 2016

Deal: score a VoCore mini Linux computer and a Linux learner bundle

The AA Deals Store currently has a couple hot offers that will rock your socks off. These are the VoCore mini Linux computer and a complete bundle of courses that will teach you the ins ...
by AA DealsOctober 15, 20152

This is the tablet made for America’s prisons

The JP5mini is no ordinary tablet, with the Linux OS and unique build designed specifically to meet the needs of inmates at prisons across 34 US states.
by Nirave GondhiaJuly 15, 201525

CRYENGINE adds support for Oculus Rift, Linux and Android TV

With CRYENGINE's update to version 3.8.1, the company adds support to Oculus Rift, Linux and Android TV, reaching a whole new spectrum of new and old markets.
by Edgar CervantesJune 20, 20158

Raspberry Pi 2 review

If you liked the Raspberry Pi 1, then you will love the Pi 2. The performance jump is excellent, and the extra memory really helps the desktop performance.
by Gary SimsFebruary 19, 201519

Allwinner launches $5 quad-core 64-bit Cortex-A53 processor for tablets

The Allwinner A64 is a quad-core Cortex-A53 64-bit processor with built-in support for H.264 and H.265 at 4K resolutions. The chips will only cost $5 each!
by Gary SimsJanuary 8, 20156

Chromebooks can now run Linux in a window

A tweaked version of the Crouton extension now allows Chromebook owners to run Linux (Debian or Ubuntu) in a window on Google's Chrome OS.
by Robert TriggsDecember 31, 20148

Material Design hits the desktop with Quantum OS Linux distro

Quantum OS aims to bring Material Design to the desktop. Though it's not ready for distribution yet, we should see some progress soon.
by Jimmy WestenbergNovember 23, 2014109

Developers asking for Omate smartwatch source code, MediaTek stalling?

A campaign has started on the Internet asking MediaTek to release the source code for the Linux kernel which is used on the Omate.
by Gary SimsMarch 21, 201424
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