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+ - Is it time for Android on the desktop? Via Technologies thinks so-> 2

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fragMasterFlash (989911) writes "Via Technologies is launching the aPC, a $49 desktop motherboard running Android Gingerbread with support for downloading apps from the Google Play store. Dubbed "A bicycle for your mind" this device represents an attempt to span the digital divide, bringing a full-fledged computing experience to the next 2 billion new users."
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+ - Gabe Newell brands Windows 8 a catastrophy-> 1

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fragMasterFlash (989911) writes "Valve head—and one-time Microsoft employee—Gabe Newell has branded Windows 8 "a catastrophe for everyone in the PC space" at videogame conference Casual Connect in Seattle. The Valve boss continued, saying that in the fallout from Windows 8, "we'll lose some of the top-tier PC/OEMs, who will exit the market. I think margins will be destroyed for a bunch of people." He argued that one of the last remaining things keeping people away from Linux was the lack of games. Valve is working to bring Left 4 Dead 2 and other Steam titles to Linux in a move that Newell describes as "a hedging strategy." If his predictions about Windows 8 come true, he says "it will be good to have alternatives to hedge against that eventuality.""
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+ - Introducing the TM65 liquid propellent rocket engine by Copenhagen Suborbitals->

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fragMasterFlash (989911) writes "Nothing warms the heart of my inner geek like a brief lesson in rocket science. While the TM65 reusable liquid fuel rocket engine by Copenhagen Suborbitals may not be the most advanced rocket engine ever built, the amount of design detail shared in the linked video is well worth 18 minutes of your time."
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+ - Win 8 BUILD event for developers this September->

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fragMasterFlash (989911) writes "Microsoft will be holding a developer conference for Windows 8 September 13 — 16 in Anaheim, CA. From the announcement: If you are a contemporary developer, a geek who thrives on the newest and coolest, who loves the freedom of the web and the power of all devices from mobile to desktop, you need to join us to help BUILD the future."
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+ - Nvidia fakes Fermi boards at GPU Tech Conference->

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fragMasterFlash (989911) writes "In a really pathetic display, Nvidia actually faked the introduction of its latest video card, because it simply doesn't have boards to show. Why? Because it didn't get enough parts to properly bring them up, much less make demo boards. Why do we say they are faked? If you look at the pictures, it is painfully obvious that Fermi cards don't exist."
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