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MK802At CES this year we saw a few very interesting gadgets. One of them was a computer on a USB stick that went by the name of Cotton Candy. We saw them not only during Show Stoppers but also a later at Last Gadget Standing. This small device featured a dual core 1.2 GHz ARM CPU, 1GB of RAM, Wireless connectivity and more. The only problem is… you cannot get them yet.

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Thursday, 17 November 2011 22:41

FXI shows us some Cotton Candy

cc-01Ok, now this is something that looks like it is going to be very cool. Today we got word about something called Cotton Candy. We know you are probably wondering what Cotton Candy is (outside of the real cotton candy). Well, it is a new twist on an old technology. When computer networks first started the screen that was in front of you did not do much processing. In fact, most of the time it did not do any processing. All of that was taken care of by a single powerful mainframe computer and what you saw was the displayed results. Now, as we move more and more into Cloud Based computing we are returning to that style of work. Someone else does all the heavy lifting and you get the results.

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Thursday, 17 November 2011 22:14


USB Companion Adapter Enables Screens to Access the Cloud and Mobile Content

New York, NY and Trondheim, Norway – November 17, 2011 - FXI Technologies, a hardware and software startup based in Trondheim Norway, demonstrated today the world’s first any screen, connected computing USB device.  Codenamed “Cotton Candy”, this sweet little device serves as a technology bridge between any display, the Cloud, and any input peripheral.

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