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Low-Cost, Future Proof IVI Demo Runs on Raspberry Pi

Abalta Technologies announced an in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) solution that inexpensively mirrors browser content from smartphones or tablets to Linux-enabled “head” units. The company’s Weblink IVI demo consists of a client app running on a Raspberry Pi-based simulated head unit acting as a remote touchscreen for WiFi- or USB-connected smartphones running...

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Pico-ITX SBC Aims ARM Linux at In-Vehicle and Mobile Apps

Via Technologies announced a tiny, low-power Pico-ITX SBC with optional 3G connectivity and battery power support, aimed at in-vehicle and mobile applications. The VAB-600 is based on an 800MHz ARM Cortex-A9 system-on-chip (SOC) with on-chip graphics acceleration, offers Ethernet, WiFi, and 3G connectivity, operates from 0 to 60° C, and...

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Android and Linux Nanosats Shine Bright in Open Source Space Race

Despite the risks of space, a growing number of organizations are developing tiny, low-cost nanosatellites built with Linux, Android, and Arduino gear. And many are using open source designs.

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A Drooling Attack Over the BeagleBone Black

There's been no shortage of gloom and doom here in the Linux blogosphere lately, what with Fuduntu's demise, a fresh round of anti-FOSS FUD, and even criticisms of Linux distros' girth. So it was with particular joy that Linux bloggers received the news about the all-new BeagleBone Black. "BeagleBoard.org on...

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Repurpose Your Old Wii Balance Board as an Android-Connected Smart Scale

Weight and activity trackers are an emerging trend, assisted by wearable devices like Nike's FuelBand, the Fitbit, and Withings' Smart Body Analyzer — but they don't come cheap. Smartphone apps may have helped users track their fitness for a little or no cost, but until recently there was no easy...

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