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HummingBoard Looks Like a Raspberry Pi but Packs in More Power

A new computer called the “HummingBoard” takes on the same basic shape as the Raspberry Pi but uses a more powerful processor and supports more operating systems. SolidRun, which also makes the CuBox-i computer we wrote about, just started selling the HummingBoard in several configurations ranging from $45 to $100, not including the price of a power adapter and Micro SD card. “The HummingBoard allows you to run many open source operating systems such as Ubuntu, Debian, and Arch, as well as Android and XBMC,” SolidRun says. “With its core technology based on SolidRun’s state-of-the-art Micro System on a Module (MicroSOM), it has ready-to-use OS images, and its open hardware comes with full schematics and layout. Best of …

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“HummingBoard” looks like a Raspberry Pi but packs in more power

How to copy iOS 8’s Continuity Using Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1

When Microsoft announced and launched the original version of Windows Phone, industry insiders had no idea that the operating system would inspire changes across the entire company. It was Windows Phone that brought the flat colorful tiles and gradient-less interface to the masses. It was Windows Phone that first included effortless cloud syncing with SkyDrive. Windows Phone has had such an impact on Microsoft’s software and services that the team in charge of creating Windows Phone now oversees the team that manages Windows. As of late, the synergy between Windows and Windows Phone has started to show some very unique results. Today, Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1 users can have their Internet Explorer favorites, passwords and accent colors sync across their phone, tablet and desktop PC. …

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How to copy iOS 8’s Continuity Using Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1

How To Remove Pre-Installed Applications From Windows 8

When you freshly install an operating system, there will be some of the basic applications available by default. Especially in Windows, all the basic stuffs like Notepad, Wordpad, Paint, etc., will be installed automatically. Windows 8 has moved a step forward and comes with plenty of Microsoft applications by default. This might be helpful at sometimes, but many users find these apps are unwanted in their PC. The problem in Windows is, it doesn’t have an option to uninstall the default apps, but we have many third party applications available to do that. Today, I’ve come with one such application called “Windows 8 App Remover”, exclusively for Windows 8 users. Here’s how it works. Windows 8 App Remover is a free application for PC, which also works …

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How To Remove Pre-Installed Applications From Windows 8

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