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Dell's Project Ophelia will turn any HDTV into an Android computer this May
How RIM's Mike Lazaridis plans to turn Waterloo into the 'Quantum Valley'

Dell introduces HDMI stick that turns any screen into a thin client PC

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Dell acquired Wyse last year and launched a line of cloud computing products that lets you access software data on a remote server. Most of the products in this line look like tiny computers which you can connect to a keyboard, mouse and display. Now the company is introducing a...
Dell introduces HDMI stick that turns any screen into a thin client PC

Turn any display into a virtual PC with Dell's HDMI stick

www.pcworld.com
LAS VEGAS--Dell this week unveiled a prototype of a pocket-sized HDMI stick that can turn any compatible display into a virtual PC capable of running Android apps or remotely accessing Windows apps on a cloud service or remote PC. The concept device, called Project Ophelia, is the creation of...
Turn any display into a virtual PC with Dell's HDMI stick

Dell's $100 thumb-sized Android PC to ship in July to developers, August-ish to consumers

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Project Orphelia, a thumb-sized drive that turns any display with an HDMI port into an Android PC, is to start shipping in July at a price of around $100, reports PCWorld. It’s similar in form factor to a USB key, and simply plugs into any modern TV or monitor. The...
Dell's $100 thumb-sized Android PC to ship in July to developers, August-ish to consumers
Dell's bold plan to reinvent itself: A USB-sized PC that gives access to Windows, Mac OS, Chrome OS

Lazaridis-backed Quantum-Nano Centre opens tomorrow, aims to be a new Bell Labs

www.engadget.com
Mike Lazaridis may now have a considerably smaller role at RIM, but he's isn't exactly receding from the technology scene in the company's hometown of Waterloo, Ontario. That's no more evident than in the Mike & Ophelia Lazaridis Quantum-Nano Centre opening tomorrow on the University of Waterloo campus, a...
Lazaridis-backed Quantum-Nano Centre opens tomorrow, aims to be a new Bell Labs
BlackBerry creator pays big to go small: donates $100M to quantum computing and nanotech center

Ask Engadget: best Android PC on a stick?

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We know you've got questions, and if you're brave enough to ask the world for answers, then here's the outlet to do so. This week's Ask Engadget inquiry is from Chris, who wants to find a low-cost way of getting his wife online. If you're looking to ask one...
Ask Engadget: best Android PC on a stick?
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