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Commodore's Ghost Lives in New Machine


Yet another Android smartphone has hit the market -- but what's surprising is that it comes from Commodore. The Commodore PET smartphone is from Commodore Business Machines, a UK-based firm that has acquired the brand and trademark. It runs Android 5.0 Lollipop, and has a 5.5-inch full HD 1920 x 1080 display. Two preinstalled emulators let owners play games written for old-school Commodore PCs.
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Gadget Ogling: Gritty Tablets, Wireless Storage Sticks, and Swapped-Out Speakers


Dell's Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet is designed for people who work in the field, for the military and explorers, for industrial work and first responders. This system can handle some harsh conditions, including temperatures between -20 and 145 degrees and drops from more than four feet, as well as spills, mud, dirt and sand. It boasts an 11.6-inch screen and fifth-generation Intel Core CPUs.
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Re: Zuckerberg: Facebook Is Helping People Avoid All That Unwanted Privacy 3  Alverant   2010-01-12 06:33:37 
Re: Nexus One: You Can Look, You Can Buy, but You Can't Touch 2  qualitypoint   2010-01-10 22:33:57 
Re: The Drums of Cyberwar 2  JDFielder   2010-01-09 16:58:35 
Re: Skype Brings Video Chat to Flat-Screen TVs 2  jescott418   2010-01-07 08:24:21 
Re: The Decade of Cool - Brought to You by Technology 2  thesexygeek   2010-01-05 06:38:12 
Re: Which Company Will Define the Next Decade? 2  die4music   2010-01-04 22:47:44 
Re: 'Avatar': The Best 3-D Movie Ever - Technically 2  luvAvatar   2009-12-31 19:45:47 
Re: Terrorist Attempt May Strip Fliers of More Privacy 2  Legend13   2009-12-30 07:25:38 
Re: What Technology Will Bring to the Next Decade 2  Ridwan   2009-12-27 06:20:05 
Re: Wither PC Gaming? 2  jescott418   2009-12-26 14:41:47 
Re: Making the Web Wider With an Eye on Accessibility 2  DrDUH   2009-12-26 13:58:14 
Re: Blu-ray 3-D Coming Soon to a Tricked-Out Home Theater Near You 2  brianbg   2009-12-22 16:18:31 
Re: Tech Support: 5 Great Geek Gifts 4  akcoyote   2009-12-22 11:39:13 
Re: Do You Really Want a Smart-Tablet? 2  Kagehi   2009-12-21 22:05:39 
Re: Google May Give Quantum Computing a Job in Search 2  temphys   2009-12-20 15:12:44 
Re: Enter the Netbook Slayer 3  akcoyote   2009-12-19 15:21:42 
Re: Operation Chokehold - AT&T's New-Media Noose 4  bpmmx   2009-12-18 11:25:58 
Re: Imagining an IBM, Apple Merger: iApple? 5  JaylikeBird   2009-12-16 02:04:33 
Re: Obama Techs Find Missing Pieces of Bush-Era Email Puzzle 2  JaylikeBird   2009-12-15 23:10:30 
Re: Australia Aims to Wall Off Unwanted Web Content 2  bpmmx   2009-12-15 12:27:53 

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Do video cameras make the world safer?
Yes - People exercise more restraint because of them.
No - We just get to see more horrible things happen.
Maybe - They might deter some kinds of crime.