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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: Nintendo's Sleep Monitor Is More Than a Dream 2  Soundfaith   2015-07-28 18:52:19 
Re: The Emperor Is Naked and We're All Idiots 10  RobEnderle   2015-07-24 17:52:05 
Re: In Search of the Perfect Windows 10 Hardware 3  quickfms   2015-07-23 00:18:49 
Re: Commodore's Ghost Lives in New Machine 3  scarshi   2015-07-22 23:21:47 
Re: Pluto Pix Push Interest in Space Exploration 2  RogDog   2015-07-20 09:41:24 
Re: GoPro Whittles Down Hero4 Action Cam 2  Sunitoomas   2015-07-08 02:36:13 
Re: The Tour de France's Tech Transformation 3  PeterSuciu   2015-07-06 12:21:32 
Re: The Best Unsung Features of Windows 10 8  Llewen   2015-07-05 19:32:38 
Re: Synaptics Gives Spacebar Some New Touches 3  tech_enthu   2015-07-02 07:40:36 
Re: The Automobile as We Know It Is Dead 4  josephmartins   2015-06-29 12:30:05 
Re: Google's Driverless Cars to Leave the Nest 4  michailmelnik   2015-06-29 11:21:04 
Re: Amazon Holds Coming-Out Party for Echo's Alexa 3  Llewen   2015-06-26 20:38:57 
Re: Turning 'Shadow IT' into 'Better IT' 2  michailmelnik   2015-06-25 12:59:48 
Re: Gadget Ogling: Wrist-Saving Keyboards, Resource-Saving Smartphones and New Angles on Reality 4  XB70   2015-06-21 16:09:22 
Re: Anatomy of a CEO Failure 1  Rob Enderle   2015-06-15 12:52:52 
Re: Spy Agencies Planned to Corrupt Google Play 2  stacyben   2015-06-15 08:23:47 
Re: Beware the Killer Robots 2  justicecaps   2015-06-12 08:58:31 
How to transfer text messages from android to computer 2  lisaab   2015-06-12 01:54:00 
Re: Google's Cardboard May Help Build Strong VR Foundation 2  mcvkong   2015-06-08 14:50:17 
Re: Doppler Labs Kickstarts 'Bionic Ear' 2  AndrexEmeraldGaming   2015-06-04 10:41:10 

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