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latest comment alex_m1 not sure how new.

7|31|2014 Oculus Rift's Developer's Kit 2 (DK2) exhibits techniques for lightening weight while improving cost and function. Yes, those are common goals in electronics. ...

latest comment Susan Rambo Thanks. I'll see if i can find out.

7|25|2014 Preliminary Teardown analysis suggests that Amazon's $649.00 phone costs $209.00 to build. Qualcomm is the primary provider of many of the key integrated ...

7|31|2014 NEW YORK -- More innovation is needed to bring wearables to a mass market with dedicated silicon, interoperability, and beauty leading the charge, according to a ...

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