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Open Hardware Quad-Core ARM SBC Project Hits Kickstarter

A project to build a compact, low cost, open-hardware SBC (single board computer) has turned to Kickstarter for funding. The 110×85 mm UDOO board is based on an ARM i.MX6 Freescale processor, will run either Linux or Android, and has built-in Arduino-compatible functions, according to the project team. According to...

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Intel Releases Web-Based App Programming Kit

The chipmaker is jumping on the HTML5 bandwagon -- sort of. Its newly acquired AppMobi software lets programmers create Web apps that can be converted into native Android and iOS apps. [Read more]    ...

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Android 4.1 Launches for Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket

The Jelly Bean version of Android is now available for AT&T subscribers who own the Samsung phone. [Read more]    ...

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Funf 0.4 Brings Under the Hood Changes to Sensor Framework

Version 0.4 of the Funf open source Java-based sensor framework for mobile phones includes a new pipeline interface, a redesigned configuration process and many other changes that affect how the framework works under the hood...

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Android App Taps Secure Resources via ARM TrustZone

At the RTS Embedded Systems show in Paris this week, Sysgo demonstrated its PikeOS microkernel using ARM’s TrustZone technology to enable secure communications between Android apps in “Normal World” and a PikeOS-based cryptographic app in “Secure World.” Lost? Wait. There’s more. Sysgo points out that the embedded market is evolving...

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