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Raspberry Pi “Mini” Will be Available Soon with 500K Preorders

With some delay, you can now start small model A of the Raspberry Pi be produced. The great demand for the Model B has prevented the production. The presumably more than 500K orders for the Model B of the Raspberry Pi. The organizers presented some difficulties and Explore that they are originally planning to sell only 50,000 units. This is also [...]

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Samsung also Has Rights Problems of Employees at Subcontractors

We all remember the media scandals caused by the discovery of the working conditions of certain employees of Foxconn manufacturers working on Apple products. Wave media had forced Apple to respond forcefully and trigger first audit then force Foxconn to deeply review its wage policy to improve the working conditions of its employees. 

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Optical Devices of 5.25″ will Disappear

According to Foreign Media Reports, equipment manufacturers of optical drives, DVD burners and Blu-ray considering to stop the production format 5.25 “, which has existed since the arrival of the first CD, more than 20 years.

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OS X 10.8.3 Brings Support for AMD Radeon HD 7xxx Series

Tim Cook said that they were working on something really cool for next year , referring to Mac Pro.Well, let’s hope so. However, in the last beta OS X version 10.8.3 found support for graphics 7XXX series of AMD.

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Kingston Data Traveler Workspace: A Desktop with Windows 8 Wherever we Go

Kingston has unveiled its new memory USB which is a unit that is certified for Windows To Go (important feature of the new Windows 8) and allows users to access the desktop from that memory work wherever they are.

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Intel May Terminate Interchangeable Processors in 2014

According to Foreign Media Reports, Intel is preparing to bring in 2014 a revolution in the world of processors. For decades, the processors were provided with systems to change more or less easily on motherboards. This requires systems socket, a connector to which the processor is plugged Gently. Gradually, processor manufacturers have changed more frequently used connectors, for technical [...]

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Optical Drive with 1TB Capacity from Fujifilm!

The era of CDs coming to an end after 30 years of life.  So they had signaled the major record companies and there are few major manufacturers of computers that have abolished or tend to eliminate optical drives (DVD, Blu- ray, etc.) for the sake of portability.

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Gigabyte Launches GeForce GTX 660 Ti with 3 GB and Windforce

The Gigabyte released a new version of the Geforce GTX 660 Ti With 3 GB of RAM and GDDR 5 Windforce and 3X cooling solution. The model will hit the market in coming weeks to fight for space between the plates of high performance input.

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Dell Introduced Inspiron 17R Special Edition

Designed to be a tabletop and transportable replacement the Dell Inspiron 17r Special Edition is clearly meant to pay most of its time on your desk, however with the another advantage that once the necessity arises you’ll be able to take it on the road with you. Even so, the portable computer weighs in at 3.2 [...]

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3D Mouse Without Additional Buttons

The GEN is a 3D mouse from Space Control which is equipped with a ring around the actual control knob used to select and trigger functions to allow – as with an ordinary mouse buttons input device. So far, the 3D input devices from SpaceControl were numerous additional buttons littered.

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Buffalo is also Expanding into the Thunderbolt SSD

By Following footsteps of Elgato or LaCie , Buffalo announced versions of its external drives SSD 2.5 “Mini Station. Reminder, these drives are equipped with a Thunderbolt interface (one connector) and a second in USB 3.0.

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Samsung Announces its Future 8-Core ARM Processor

Samsung has announced its intention to present its future processors from the concept big.little at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference in February . It will be 2 chips containing ARM processors with 4 cores, for a total of 8 and for environments requiring high power, servers or games consoles.  These 64-bit chips have a frequency of 1.8 GHz, [...]

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