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Getting setup with the Intel Edison

Intel Edison is an adorable little system on a chip packed with all the wireless and processing capabilities to build wearables and smart things. It features a dual-core Intel Atom processor @ 500 MHz, integrated Bluetooth 4 and wifi, USB controllers, 1GB of RAM and 4GB of eMMC flash memory, all


After much internal debate and turmoil, I finally succumbed to the idea of purchasing a Kindle. I must say that I’m quite pleased with the product, having been an early adopter of the Sony Reader and paying dearly for it, with the added insult to injury when Sony decided

Sony Reader Wishlist

Here’s a list of things I’d like to see in a future version of the Sony Reader. 1) Wireless — Not so much for surfing (although that would be nice), as transferring files from one device to another. Subject to DRM restrictions for files that are locked of course

It all comes down to that, really.

The Sony Reader that I ordered last week has finally arrived and I’m quite impressed with the little gadget. The best feature of it is probably the screen. It’s unbelievably easy to read. If you’ve ever used LCD/CRT-based screens to read e-books, you know what I’