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Commercial Embedded Linux Distro Boosts Virtualization

The networking focused Enea Linux 4.0 has arrived with new virtualization features including KVM and Open vSwitch support, plus a Yocto 1.6 build. Swedish telecom software company Enea announced version 3.0 of its Yocto-based commercial Linux distribution and development platform in May 2013, adding real-time Linux support, among other features.

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Yocto-Ready COM Taps 1.2GHz Cortex-A9 SoC

Technologic unveiled a Yocto Linux-ready COM with a single- or quad-core Freescale i.MX6 SoC and optional wireless and industrial temperature support. The Technologic Systems “TS-4900″ COM reverses the formula of the company’s recently announced TS-4740 computer-on-module, which combined a relatively low-end Marvel PXA168 ARM system-on-chip with a fairly powerful, 25K-LUTs...

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Researchers Find Android Security on Par With iOS

The open source Android operating system long has been considered by security experts to be the mobile OS most vulnerable to security threats, but iOS is just as vulnerable, Marble Security has found. However, the two OSes expose users to different types of threats. The perceived greater security of iOS...

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Modello User Interface Running on Tizen 3.0 & IVI SDK

  Intel created the Modello User Interface as an open source Interface mainly as a proof of concept. It was developed using HTML5, and hopes to show the advantages, and speed of development of HTML5 applications opposed to native apps. 

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AllSeen Community Blog Series: Sam Lanning

Sam Lanning is a computer science student at Oxford University and a sponsored member of the AllSeen Alliance. Sponsored members are reserved for organizations such as non-profits, associations or academic institutions and can be admitted by a majority AllSeen board vote.

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