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Speed Bumps on the Road to LTE

LTE provides consumers with a broadband-like mobile experience, and operators with increased network efficiency. So why isn’t it more widespread? Because there are still a few more speed bumps on the road.

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big.LITTLE: Coming Soon to a Smartphone Near You

In this guest post, David Laing, a senior analyst at VDC Research, examines the emergence of ARM’s “big.LITTLE” processor architecture, whereby a single chip integrates multiple high-performance CPU cores along with a power-efficient core, enabling it to deliver greater performance at lower power-points than before.   The Next big Thing...

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Linux-Powered CD Player Attempts Audio Perfection

Parasound, a purveyor of fanatically high-end consumer audio equipment, has introduced a CD player that’s controlled by an internal Mini-ITX computer running embedded Linux. Using a CD-ROM drive for playing CDs, the “Halo CD 1″ sucks in the CD’s contents at 4x normal speed, giving its CPU time to detect...

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Google Glass Eyes Home Automation

Last month, config files found in Android 4.2.2 hinted that the Android@Home initiative for home automation announced in May 2011 may finally be ready to roll. Now it seems that Google is also planning a homey role for its Google Glass head-mounted display (HMD) computer. Earlier this week, Engadget uncovered a USPTO patent application for a Google Glass-like device that can control devices like refrigerators, espresso makers, TVs, garage doors, alarm and lighting systems, and office appliances.

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Schmidt Does Not Rule Out Android and Chrome OS Merger

Google's Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt actually did not say that Chrome OS and Android would remain forever apart.

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