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Yocto and OpenEmbedded Combine Forces: What Does It Mean?

Two major embedded Linux projects formally joined their efforts this week, a move that simplifies the landscape for device makers and embedded software developers. Yocto, a Linux Foundation (LF)-stewarded project that creates development tools, and OpenEmbedded, a community-driven distribution build system, announced their "alignment" on March 1st. The merger includes governance changes and new corporate collaborators, but for the average Linux developer, the main effect will be a streamlined embedded development process.

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Motorola Xoom Review: The Future of Tablets (Whether You Like It or Not)

It's taken almost a year to get here. The first tablet to matter since the original iPad. The Xoom is the first real Android tablet. It arrived ahead of the iPad 2 by a hair. Since it's living in the "year of iPad 2," as Apple put it, it seemed...

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Wind River Frees up Embedded Linux Kit Program

Wind River is expanding its On-Board Program, which provides board vendors with the Linux and VxWorks software tools, documentation, and training they need to develop, test, and validate Embedded Development Kits. The more-diversified program now lets vendors bring Wind River Test Management-based BSP validation in-house, among other benefits, says the...

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Setting Up An Android App Build Environment With Eclipse, Android SDK, PhoneGap (Debian Squeeze)

This tutorial describes how you can set up an development environment for building Android apps on a Debian Squeeze desktop using Eclipse, the Android SDK, and PhoneGap. I will describe how to build Android apps from...

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Review: Motorola Xoom Tablet Excels at Multitasking

Even in the reflected light of the impressive new dual-core, dual-camera iPad 2, the Android 3.0-driven Motorola Xoom tablet holds its own, says this eWEEK review. Although the price is steep and optimized apps are hard to come by, the Xoom's zippy multitasking, a slick Honeycomb interface, well-crafted cameras, long...

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