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OIC Releases Software Framework for IoT Standard

The group, which unveiled a preview release of IoTivity, is one of several developing open-source code to enable IoT products to interoperate.

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Adobe Lightroom for Android Smartphones Is Now Available, Tablet Version Coming Later

Last year, iPad users got some pretty exciting news. Adobe’s popular photo-editing software Lightroom arrived on their slates, providing a convenient way to refine photography, especially when bringing in a laptop wasn't an option. 

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Build Your Own Raspberry Pi-Powered Handheld Linux Terminal

The Next Web: If you’re looking for a fun maker project, Chris Robinson at Node has posted a great one – building a Raspberry Pi-powered handheld Linux terminal with a distinctly Nintendo DS-style look.

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Kickstarter: A Raspberry Pi-Powered 3D Printer OS

The Raspberry Pi credit card-sized personal computer has just been turned into the central driving component of 3D printers, solving one of the biggest issues with home-brewed additive manufacturing machines for the first time ever. There have been some printers that used the board in the past, but they only...

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Samsung Z1: World’s First Tizen Phone Launches in India

The first Ubuntu Phone will launch next month, but it's not the only new mobile upstart trying to bring new experiences to our pockets. 

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