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New ARM-Powered Chip Aims for Battery Life Measured in Decades

Atmel, the San Jose-based microcontroller maker, today released samples of a new type of ultra-low power, ARM based microcontroller that could radically extend the battery life of small low-power intelligent devices.

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​Android Auto to Arrive in Brazil in 2015

Google hopes competition within the mobile segment will help boost the local connected cars market...

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GNOME 3.16 SDK Runtime Now Available

Following last week's release of GNOME 3.16, the initial builds of the GNOME SDK Runtime are now available for those wishing to experiment with their new fully-sandboxed Linux app tech and other new app runtime abilities...

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Initial Intel Braxton Support Might Come To Linux 4.1

Daniel Vetter of Intel today sent in more code for DRM-Next that in turn will be merged for the Linux 4.1 kernel. It was also signaled that the initial hardware enablement of the graphics processor on Intel's upcoming "Braxton" SoC might happen for this next version of the Linux kernel...

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New 3D NAND Flash Memory From Intel, Micron Could Result in 10-Terabyte SSDs

New 3D NAND Flash Memory From Intel, Micron Could Result in 10-Terabyte SSDs

The two companies claim their new technology offers up to three times the density of other 3D NAND competitors, with full production ramping up later this year.

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Open-Source Driver Fans Will Love NVIDIA's New OpenGL Demo

Those with a bit of humor will love the demo NVIDIA recently used for showing off their Nouveau-based open-source graphics driver stack on the Tegra K1 SoC...

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11 Ways That Linux Contributes to Tech Innovation

11 Ways That Linux Contributes to Tech Innovation

Linux Foundation corporate members on the cutting edge of technology weigh in on what interesting or innovative trends they're witnessing and the role that Linux plays in them.

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The Companies That Support Linux: Treasure Data

The Companies That Support Linux: Treasure Data

The explosive growth of data from Internet-connected devices has, in turn, led to massive demand for storage and analysis tools in the tech industry. Treasure Data aims to serve this growing need for data storage and analysis in one place with their big data cloud service based on Linux.

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