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Tiny $50 ARM-Based COM Runs Linux, Android

BDD Group is readying a tiny, sub-$50, SODIMM-style computer module powered by an SOC (system-on-chip) containing a single ARM Cortex A8 core along with a Mali-400 GPU, among other functions. The business card-sized “A10 COM” will be supported with Android and Linux BSPs. BDD’s CEO, Rowdy VanCleave, says the A10...

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Citrix: iOS Leads Enterprise Globally, but Android Growing Fastest in EMEA

Based on a new mobility report from Citrix, iOS is preferred for engaging customers one-on-one while Android is gaining strength with field service organizations.

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Building Tablet and Smartphone Apps for the Enterprise

If you want to give your users the absolute best experience when accessing enterprise data, you may find yourself building apps for private use. But how?

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Evasi0n Jailbreak Thwarted by iOS 6.1.3

Apple's latest iOS update puts the whammy on the popular jailbreak tool, so Evasi0n users will probably want to stick with iOS 6.1.2. [Read more]...

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Videos and Slides from Linaro’s Hong Kong Embedded Linux Conference

Linaro has posted an abundance of videos and slides from its recent conference in Asia. Linaro Connect Asia 2013 (LCA13) took place in Hong Kong during the week of March 4 and covered a wide range of topics of interest to developers using embedded Linux. The nonprofit Linaro organization’s goal...

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