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Automotive Infotainment Gains TIZEN Rich-Media Support

PathPartner Technology has joined the GENIVI Alliance with an eye toward marketing its embedded multimedia software and design services to developers of next-generation automotive in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) devices. The GENIVI Alliance is a non-profit consortium with the goal of “bringing open source software into the car, starting with the...

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PlayJam's GameStick Joins the Battle of the Android Consoles (Hands-on)

The portable Android gaming console GameStick proved to be a hit when it reached its $10,000 Kickstarter goal in just two days — and here at GDC 2013 PlayJam is showing off the the developer version that will be shortly shipping out to some early backers. In concept, the GameStick...

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API Omission Renders Android Password Managers Insecure

Students at the University of Hannover have analysed password managers for Android smartphones. They found them to be user-friendly, but also found that they failed to adequately secure passwords...

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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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