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Embedded Linux Dev Kit Supports Intel’s 3rd Generation Core CPUs

Wind River has added support for Intel’s 3rd generation Core processors to its embedded Linux distribution and tools suite. The added Core processor support comes in the form of an integrated hardware/software Embedded Development Kit (EDK) bundle. Wind River describes Wind River Linux 5 as a hardened embedded Linux distribution,...

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A Software Developer’s Perspective on Google’s Self-Driving Cars (video)

One of the most interesting sessions at last month’s Embedded Linux Conference in San Francisco was a keynote presentation about the technologies, capabilities, and challenges associated with Google’s self-driving cars, which have now traversed some 400,000 miles on public roadways. Think of it as “Prius meets The Matrix.” In the...

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Dell Announces XPS 18: A Giant All-in-One Windows 8 Tablet

When we reviewed the best Windows 8 all-in-one desktop computers, it was a giant, bulky, pricey Dell desktop that rose to the top of the heap. Today, Dell's trying its hand at a radically different Windows 8 experience: an 18.4-inch tablet that you can pick up and carry with you.

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Intel Toolsuite Supports Linux Device Software Developers

Intel has introduced a comprehensive suite of tools for developers of software targeting embedded and mobile devices based on Intel processors and running Linux. Intel System Studio includes system and application debuggers, a memory and thread error checker, and optimization tools for maximizing performance and power efficiency. The company says...

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Tiny Computer Module Boasts 1.65GHz AMD APU, Linux

AndersDX is shipping a miniature computer-on-module (COM) based on a dual-core 1.65GHz AMD G-Series APU. The CM-iGT provides rich graphics and multimedia capabilities and is supported with embedded Linux. The CM-iGT’s AMD G-Series APU integrates a dual-core, 64-bit x86 CPU clocked at up to 1.65GHz (depending on board model). 

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