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Chinese software house may be distributing modded #XBMC build capable of HEVC hardware decoding on #RK3288 SoC 

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What do you think?

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So I've been watching the Liliputing space for a while now, but I am hesitant to pull the trigger on one of these small Android sticks. Is your data secure (Google Account info) or could it get siphoned off to some other party? Does Google build some protection into the software? Or could anyone mod Android to have a backdoor? I guess I could use a throwaway Google account, but that seems to defeat most of the purpose! I did some general searching, but I haven't seen anyone address this...What do you think? 

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Ok, after a while searching for a good, portable notebook (read: ultrathin/ultrabook), I think there is not one that I would really call "good", except /maybe/ the Toshiba z930.
Therefore, I tried making my old Acer 1810tz (see link) a little more bearable by replacing the hard disk with an SSD. The device used to be awfully slow.
With the SSD and after replacing the operating system with a new Arch Linux installation,
it feels blazingly fast, is very nice to work with except for the screen, which in my opinion really, really sucks. Otherwise, it is quite ok for me until some manufacturer comes up with a decent notebook.

The bootup time is about 17 seconds, and it shuts down in about 2 (!) seconds.

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