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Company Announces Prototype Computer-in-a-USB-Device

A Norwegian company has announced that it has developed a computer in a small USB-sized device. FXI Technology designed Cotton Candy to bring computing to any screen – from flat-screen television to smartphone. The tiny Android computer has a dual-core processor, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities, a high-definition-multimedia-interface port for video, and a microSD card slot for additional memory. The device has a USB connector and thus is seen by systems as a USB drive. The device runs the Android Gingerbread operating system. Because it doesn’t comply with Google’s parameters to be deemed an official Android device, it can’t directly access the Android Market. Users thus must sideload or transfer the applications they wish to use between two local devices. FXI expects Cotton Candy to be commercially available in mid-2012 and cost about $200. (redOrbit)(Wired)(FXI Technologies)