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Nano X2-Fueled Mini-ITX Board Targets DIY Home Media Crowd

Via Technologies announced a Mini-ITX motherboard equipped with a dual-core, 1.4GHz Via Nano X2 processor and Via VX900 chipset. Aimed at DIY home media modders, the Via VE-900 Mini-ITX Mainboard supports up to 8GB of DDR3 memory, and offers dual SATA connectors, a PCI slot, eight USB ports -- including...

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Pico-ITX Board Gets Dual-Core Processor

Via Technologies announced a Pico-ITX board featuring a dual-core Eden X2 processor and optional PCI Express expansion. The Epia-P900 offers gigabit Ethernet, two SATA ports, seven USB 2.0 ports, and support for HDMI, VGA, and LVDS displays, the company says....

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Fedora 16 Released with GNOME 3.2, Virtualization Enhancements

The Red Hat-sponsored Fedora Project released Fedora 16 (& Verne& ), featuring the GNOME 3.2 desktop environment and virtualization enhancements -- including support for the Aeolus and OpenStack Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) platforms. Version 16 upgrades the techie-focused Linux distribution to Linux 3.1, and moves up to the GRUB2 bootloader and Firefox...

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The Yocto Project at the 2011 Embedded Linux Conference

Cross-posting this from my blog on the Yocto Project site. Follow up with your comment here or on that other site. Much has been written about how the Internet has revolutionized collaboration and made it possible for your brilliant ideas to make a difference no matter where you live on the planet. Bill Gates is famously quoted in Nick Kristoff's "The World is Flat" that "... so many people can plug and play from anywhere, natural talent has started to trump geography." This is of course true, but even with the Internet, there is no replacement for face-to-face interaction. The tribe, it seems, still needs to gather around the fire to have a talk now and then. The conference setup was in a very new and modern hotel called the Hotel Clarion Congress in Prague, which was a terrific venue. Since the Yocto Project was a co-sponsor of the event, we got a nice booth location, and Tracey Erway did a fantastic job setting up the booth and populating it with demos, videos, giveaways and t-shirts. You can also see Darren Hart manning the booth behind the Gource video that he rendered showing the many contributors on the project from many places. I was impressed by how much the booth became a gathering spot for people wanting to talk about Yocto and what we...

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Rough and Tough Honeycomb Tablet Offers Extra Security

Panasonic unveiled a rugged, 10.1-inch Android 3.2 tablet for the enterprise market with extended temperature, drop, and ingress resistance. The Toughpad FZ-A1 is equipped with a dual-core 1.2GHz Marvell processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a full range of wireless features, a security co-processor, and an anti-glare, 500-nit display...

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