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Paranoid Android Team Will Rewrite The ROM For KitKat Focusing On Fewer Devices, Googley Design, And Accessibility

As the announcement of Android 4.4 KitKat (presumably) draws closer, the Paranoid Android team has decide to make some changes to the way the popular ROM is managed. On the agenda is a complete rewrite of Paranoid Android with a focus on making a highly stable ROM targeted at fewer devices. That doesn't necessarily mean it won't run on your device,...

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BeagleBone and Raspberry Pi Gain FPGA Add-Ons

At the Maker Faire in New York City, ValentFX showed off two open source FPGA boards that stack with BeagleBone and Raspberry Pi SBCs, and also unveiled BBot, a BeagleBone-based drink serving robot built with an earlier FPGA board version. The FPGA add-on boards use Xilinx Spartan 6 LX9 FPGAs,...

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ZTE to Bring Second Wave of Firefox OS Phones to U.S.

ZTE plans on launching another phone running Mozilla's Firefox OS, this time with a dual-core processor, a bigger screen, and a revamped user experience, a company executive said on Tuesday.

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Fanless Pico-ITX SBC Runs Linux on Atom E6xx

Axiomtek announced a 100 x 72mm Pico-ITX form-factor motherboard based on Intel’s embedded-oriented Atom E6xx processors and EG20T chipset. The Linux-friendly PICO822 SBC provides LVDS display, HD audio, SATA-300, gigabit Ethernet, USB, and serial interfaces, comes with up to 32GB of onboard SSD, runs fanless, and supports -20 to +70°...

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How Nissan Will Roll Out Self-Driving Cars: Fricking Lasers

It was an improbably futuristic scene: A man standing on a sunbaked tarmac in Irvine, Calif., next to a Nissan Leaf electric car, pushed a button on the hatchback’s key fob. The Leaf, unassisted by human intervention or preprogrammed maps, crawled at about five miles per hour through rows of parked vehicles, detected an SUV pulling out of a space, paused, and allowed the SUV to pull away. Then it moved past the now-vacated parking spot, slowed into position, glided back into the space, and powered down.

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