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Wandboard Steps Up to Quad-Core ARM, Beefier GPU announced a quad-core version of its Linux- and Android-ready Freescale i.MX 6-based open source boardset. The Wandboard Quad moves up to four Cortex-A9 cores at the same 1GHz speed, provides a more powerful Vivante GC355 GPU, doubles DDR3 RAM to 2GB, and adds a SATA port. In late February,...

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Replacing X With Wayland On The Raspberry Pi

Last week I wrote about the emergence of a new Wayland Weston compositor renderer for the Raspberry Pi. There was a fair amount of discussion about it and since then additional details have emerged...

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Tizen with GNOME 3 Shell Shown by Intel

The Tizen Developers Conference saw a glimpse of a desktop/laptop version of Tizen from Intel, the latest update to Tizen's SDK, and an application competition launched...

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HTC One 'Google Edition' With Stock Android Reportedly in the Works

HTC may follow Samsung's lead and produce a "Google Edition" of its latest flagship smartphone running stock Android. According to sources that spoke to Russell Holly at Geek, work on a version of the HTC One without its Sense software customizations is underway, with a US launch said to be...

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BeagleBone Black Ships, Climbs Device Tree with Linux 3.8 has begun shipping its faster, cheaper “BeagleBone Black” SBC with a Linux 3.8 kernel, supporting Device Tree technology for more streamlined ARM development. The $45 BeagleBone Black runs Linux or Android on a 1GHz TI Sitara AM3359 SOC, doubles the RAM to 512MB, and adds a micro-HDMI port. A...

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