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Verizon DROID Turbo 2 And DROID Maxx 2 Promotional Pamphlet Leak Confirms Rumored Details

Verizon's yearly refresh of its exclusive DROID line is fast approaching. The company will announce its new Motorola-produced phones on October 27th (a week from Tuesday), but thanks to a series of leaks, there won't be a lot of surprises on stage. The latest one is a pamphlet for the DROID Turbo 2, a high-end sequel to last year's flagship, and the DROID Maxx 2, a mid-range option that focuses on battery life.

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Casio Announces V-R7000 And V-R7100 Cash Registers, Android-Powered Devices That Can Sell You Other Android Devices

Point-of-sale systems are about as dull as computers can get. With the ability to figure out sums and print out receipts, they're little more than the digivolved versions of calculators (and not the cool, graphing kind either). This drab sector of the tech industry could benefit from something interesting, so Casio is doing its part by announcing upgraded versions of its Android-powered cash register.


The new V-R7000 and V-R7100 terminals improve on the old where it matters.

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Casio Looks To Bring Android To The Retail Front With Its New EPoS System And Ruggedized Tablet

When it comes to the checkout lane, we're used to seeing some pretty outdated systems running behind the counter. Most PoS (point-of-sale, guys) systems are still sporting the classic black screen with white boxy text and are both outdated and impractical. Casio thinks that it's time to bring PoS systems out of the stone age, and what better way to do that than with Android?


The new Casio VX-100 is an Android-powered EPoS system that brings with it a whole new way to run the front lines of a retail environment.

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