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Google’s Project Vault Is A Secure Computing Environment On A Micro SD Card, For Any Platform

TechCrunch | Monday June 1, 2015 04:19:46 PM | Hardware
Project Vault is a secure computer contained entirely on a micro SD sized device.  Read more...

Raspberry Pi As Your Next Linux PC

Datamation | Monday June 1, 2015 03:03:00 PM | Embedded / Mobile
Can a machine as basic as the Raspberry Pi actually provide enough function for the average user? Read more...

Project Ara's Head Engineer Leaves Google to Start Airbus' New Silicon Valley Office

The Verge | Monday June 1, 2015 02:53:55 PM | Embedded / Mobile
Project Ara's Head Engineer Leaves Google to Start Airbus' New Silicon Valley Office Google's Advanced Technologies and Projects (ATAP) skunkworks, the star of Google I/O last week, is a tough place to work: after two years, projects are expected to either become real businesses or die. In the case of the Project Ara modular smartphone, the deadline has been extended — but rather than keeping the team... Read more...

SanDisk Rolls Out USB Type-C Portable SSDs, Data Center drive

ZDNet | Monday June 1, 2015 01:58:01 PM | Hardware
SanDisk at Computex is launching new drives designed to reach creative pros, data centers and folks who like a few gigabytes in their pockets. Read more...

Intel Buys Altera for $16.7 Billion

ZDNet | Monday June 1, 2015 01:41:33 PM | Hardware
Intel says it plans to integrate Alteras field-programmable gate array chips with its own Xeon processors, resulting in more flexible computing and server products. Read more...

Why You Should Want a Nintendo Android Console

The Verge | Monday June 1, 2015 01:09:42 PM | Embedded / Mobile
Why You Should Want a Nintendo Android Console Could Nintendo really switch to Android? Japan’s most respected business newspaper, the Nikkei Shimbun, today raised the possibility that Nintendo’s mysterious upcoming system — codenamed NX — may be based on Google’s Android operating system.  Read more...

Fedora 23 May Feature Cinnamon Desktop Spin & "Netizen" Version

Phoronix | Monday June 1, 2015 12:40:15 PM | Software
Fedora 23 might be featuring some new ISO spins of the Linux distribution, including one with the Cinnamon Desktop and a "Netizen" spin focused on "Internet citizenship and citizen engagement.".. Read more...

The Intel Graphics Changes For The Linux 4.2 Kernel

Phoronix | Monday June 1, 2015 12:16:13 PM | Software
While for weeks we've already been writing about the forthcoming Linux 4.2 development cycle, including the Intel DRM kernel improvements, Daniel Vetter of Intel OTC has provided a nice overview of what's coming to Linux 4.2 for Intel graphics... Read more...

Take Your Pick from 4 Capable Chromebooks Priced from $155 to $220

ZDNet | Monday June 1, 2015 11:13:00 AM | Hardware
Those on the fence about the Chromebook will find that budget-friendly models make it easy to give them a try. Here are four impressive models that don't cost an arm and a leg. Read more...

How to Make Money from Open Source Platforms, Part 3: Creating a Product

John Mark Walker | Monday June 1, 2015 10:19:51 AM | Software | Exclusive
How to Make Money from Open Source Platforms, Part 3: Creating a Product The big secret of building an open source product is it's about way more than the code, writes John Mark Walker in the third part of his guest blog series. Read more...


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