MINIX has refreshed their NEO series Media Hub by introducing two new models, the MINIX NEO X8 and MINIX NEO X8-H.
These Android-powered devices transform any conventional TV or monitor with an HDMI connection into a SMART TV / fully functional PC. Enabling you to run Apps, browse the Internet, access Google Play Store, Netflix, Skype and even comes pre-installed with XBMC Media Center (MINIX Edition) supporting full hardware decoding.
Let take a look at what the MINIX NEO X8-H Media Hub has to offer.
This review article is supplementary to our MINIX NEO X8-H Amlogic (S802-H) Media Hub Review. Within is a brief introduction, specifications and performance summary for the MINIX NEO M1 2.4GHz Wireless GyroMouse.
You can run the Linux bundle installer to install VMware Workstation or VMware Player on most Linux distributions by using these instructions.
As described by CompuLab, the Utilite is a fanless ARM Cortex-A9 computer delivering high performance and rich I/O in a tiny form-factor. Utilite is offered with fully featured, desktop-grade Ubuntu Linux or Android operating systems delivering rich multimedia and PC-like user experience.
But this device is so inexpensive, surely it cannot really replace my Linux Desktop PC you ask? Let's find out!
The ASUS Z87-Pro is an LGA1150 socket motherboard which supports 4th-generation (Haswell architecture) Intel i7/Core, i5/Core and i3/Pentium/Celeron processors.
Representing mainstream motherboards based on the Intel Z87 chipset, the Z87-Pro is an ATX form-factor board reflecting ASUS’ commitment to the highest standards in quality, performance, reliability, and innovation.
The Rikomagic MK802IIIS is a Mini PC running Google Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). Slightly larger than a USB stick, this device transforms any monitor or television with an HDMI port into a fully functional computing platform. Nearly identical to what you'd see on an Android smart-phone or tablet computer, the MK802IIIs provides access to applications, games, video, web browsing and Google Play store front.
Domain registrar GoDaddy has found their customers jumping ship in a backlash against the company's endorsement of SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act). Though GoDaddy said in a blog article published December 20th, 2011 that it was withdrawing it's support for SOPA, this seemingly is nothing more than a PR stunt to prevent customers from leaving. Reddit users are calling for a boycott of GoDaddy on December 29, 2011. The following HowTo will guide you through transferring all of your domains from GoDaddy to NameCheap. Included is a discount code for $6.99 domain transfers and tips on how to expedite the release process.