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Modularly Configurable M2M Gateways Run Angstrom Linux

Systech recently demonstrated the first model in a new series of Linux-powered M2M (machine-to-machine) intelligent gateways at the Distributech smart grid conference in San Diego. The highly modular SysLink M2M Gateway series enables access to a wide variety of sensors and devices for monitoring and control purposes. According to Systech...

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Canonical's Windowing Shift: More than a Mir Techie Footnote

Soon after Canonical's unveiling of its slick Ubuntu Touch platform for phones and tablets, and on the same day it released the first beta of Ubuntu 13.04, the Ubuntu project announced a potentially significant -- and already controversial -- change in windowing interfaces.

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Remote Management Devices Gain Enhanced Serial Port Virtualization

Opengear, maker of Linux-powered remote cellular out-of-band management devices and console servers, has announced enhancements to its products’ virtual serial port capabilities based on a new partnership with Eltima Software. “Opengear customers can now benefit from the evolution of our product offerings with Eltima’s newer virtualized serial port software, robust...

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Spec Aims to Advance Interoperable Car Connectivity

Following two years of collaborative development, the Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC) this week announced the availability of v1.0 of MirrorLink, which defines methods for implementing interoperable phone-centric car connectivity. According to the CCC, MirrorLink enables controlling a nearby smartphone from the steering wheel or via dashboard buttons and screens. 

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Brown University Develops First Wireless Remote for Controlling Robots With Your Brain

You still can't download your brain — but we're one step closer to controlling robots with our minds. Researchers at Brown University have developed the first brain-computer interface that doesn't require being physically tethered to a computer. Earlier instances have allowed wearers to control cursors on a computer screen or...

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