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SODIMM-Like COMs Snap ARM SoCs Into Embedded Apps

Embedded board-maker Seco has rounded out a series of three SODIMM-like COMs (computer-on-modules) built to µQseven form-factor specifications. They’re based on three different ARM-powered system-on-chip (SoC) processors: Nvidia’s Tegra T30; Freescale’s i.MX6; and TI’s OMAP5430. All three of these boards are built to the Qseven v2.0 standard’s recently released half-size...

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Samsung VP: We are Building a Smart Watch

Beyond the rumors of Apple's "iWatch," rival Samsung has confirmed it plans to take a slice out of the market.

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Disconnect: Why Andy Rubin and Android Called it Quits

Last week, Google announced that Andy Rubin, co-creator and chief of Android, a job he’s held since 2005, would be stepping aside to join a new secret project. The decision came as a surprise, even to his coworkers inside Google. However, the influential hacker-entrepreneur had already had a requiem, nine...

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ARM CEO Retires After Leading the Mobile Revolution for 12 Years

ARM is announcing that CEO Warren East is stepping down after 19 years at the company, making way for new CEO Simon Segars — the company's current president. The succession will happen on July 1 of this year, 12 years after East took charge. Even though ARM doesn’t produce devices...

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ARMBRIX Zero Low-Cost ARM SBC's Bubble Bursts

A project to develop a low-cost ARM Cortex A15-based single-board computer (SBC) reportedly has been abandoned. Initially named “ARMBRIX Zero,” the $145 board got as far as its prototype debug phase when the company behind it abruptly closed its doors. The ARMBRIX Zero generated considerable excitement among Android and Linux...

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