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Linaro Group Advances Linux on ARM with 11.10 Release

Linaro, a nonprofit organization that aims to accelerate embedded Linux development for the ARM architecture, has announced its first software release. Version 11.10 of the group's software stack quietly debuted this week. The group appears to be attracting interest and making steady progress. Founded earlier this year by a coalition...

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Qseven Module has Atom E6xx CPUs and Optional SSD

MSC Vertriebs announced a Qseven module sporting three of Intel's recently announced Atom E6xx processors, plus up to 2GB of soldered-on DDR2 memory and an optional bootable, 4GB or 8GB SSD (solid state disk). The MSC Q7-TCTC-FD features operating ranges as wide as -40 to 185 deg. F, seven USB...

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Why Embedded Linux Needs a Project Like the Yocto Project

Last week I was presenting as a guest at the 8th International System-on-Chip Conference, discussing "Creating Coherence in SoC Linux". It was a lot of fun talking to a very knowledgable group of embedded system designers.

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Android Gets a Multi-Browser Advantage

Sure, having to choose among browsers is confusing. But the benefits of competition outweighs the drawbacks.

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Opera Mobile Pops Up on Android

Opera Mobile is now available for Android, providing an alternative for Android users who are finding Opera Mini too mini and Google's pre-installed option too chocolately.…...

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