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Mini Android PC Hitches a Ride on a Kickstarter Rocket

A company developing a low-cost personal computer based on Android launched a Kickstarter project yesterday, to help get the device into production. After just one day, the MiiPC project has already achieved Kickstarter pledges of more than $10,000 beyond its $50,000 goal. The MiiPC (pronounced “me-PC”) is basically a mini-PC...

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big.LITTLE ARM Embraces Automotive Infotainment

Renesas has released a second generation automotive infotainment SOC (system-on-chip). The R-Car H2 SOC’s big.LITTLE architecture combines ARM’s high-performance Cortex A-15 quad-core and power-efficient Cortex A-7 quad-core CPU subsystems on a single part, targeting the cars of 2015 and beyond. The super-highly-integrated R-Car H2 SOC was designed to support emerging...

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Music and Game Resources Surface for the Raspberry Pi

As we've reported on several occasions, the diminutive $25/$35 Linux computer dubbed Raspberry Pi is attracting developers and tinkerers, and showing up in multiple types of use cases. 

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Apple Closes Gap on Samsung in Smart Connected Devices

The market, which consists of PCs, laptops, smartphones, and tablets, was driven by growth in tablets, which should outsell desktop PCs this year and laptops next year, according to research firm IDC. [Read more]...

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Teeny ARM-Based Motherboard Runs Linux, Android

iWave Systems has released a Pico-ITX motherboard based on Freescale’s single- and dual-core i.MX 6 processors, which integrate ARM Cortex-A9 CPUs plus 2D and 3D GPUs. Unlike SODIMM-style COMs (computer-on-modules), iWave’s i.MX6 Pico ITX SBC offers easy connection of audio, video, Ethernet, and USB I/O, without requiring a custom baseboard.

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