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Android TV Box to Run KitKat on Quad-Core Cortex-A17

Ugoos is readying a “UT3″ media player mini-PC that will run Android 4.4 on a Rockchip quad-core, Cortex-A17 RK3288 SoC, and will support 4K video output. The Ugoos UT3 is a follow-on to the recent Ugoos UT2 Android media player box, which runs Android 4.2.2 on Rockchip’s 1.6GHz, quad-core RK3...

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Linux-Ready SBC Runs on 2 Watts

Embedian has launched a 3.5-inch sandwich-style “SMART-MEN” SBC that combines a baseboard with a SMARC COM running Linux or Android on a 1GHz TI AM335x SoC. The SMART-MEN, or officially SBC-SMART-MEN, is a variation on the SMART-BEE announced by Embedian last month. The main difference is a lack...

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Ubuntu 14.10 Convergence To Focus On Replacing Core Apps

With Ubuntu 14.04 LTS due to be shipped this week, Canonical developers are already well at work on formulating their plans for the Ubuntu 14.10 release due out in October. Given Ubuntu's tablet/phone focus and convergence strategy, that will be the big aim of this post-LTS release...

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Cinnamon 2.2 Released

Version 2.2 of the Cinnamon desktop environment is out. New features include a lot of improvements to the settings dialogs, tweaks to the "hot corners" and heads-up display mechanisms, better high-resolution display support, and more.

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How Eni is Enlisting IBM's Watson in the Hunt for Black Gold

The Italian energy giant is creating a new business unit to explore how IBM's cognitive computing could help it find new oil reserves and make better business decisions.

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X.Org Server 1.14.6 & X.Org Server 1.15.1 Released

There's stable release updates out this Sunday evening for the X.Org Server...

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Learn How to Contribute to the Linux Kernel, Take the Eudyptula Challenge

Learn How to Contribute to the Linux Kernel, Take the Eudyptula Challenge

If you want to contribute to the Linux kernel but aren't sure where to start, the Eudyptula Challenge could be a great way to test your programming skills and learn how to participate in the kernel community.

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Intro to Linux Training Opens Up a World of Commands

Intro to Linux Training Opens Up a World of Commands

I'd highly recommend taking the introductory course to anyone, hobbyist or professional, who wants to quickly gain a more technical understanding of Linux and become more adept at using the command line. And with the Linux Foundation's recently announced partnership with edX, everyone has free acces...

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