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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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Intel Dives Deeper Into Internet-of-Things with Customizable Chips

Intel's general manager for datacenters explains how the chipmaker plans to crunch boatloads of data spewing from sensors to smartwatches.

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Meet the Amazon Smartphone: This is the Fire Phone

Amazon doesn't just sell smartphones anymore — it makes one. In news that should surprise exactly no one, Jeff Bezos has officially unveiled Amazon's first cellphone, the Fire Phone. It joins the Kindle Fire tablets, Kindle ebook readers, and Fire TV set-top box in Amazon's ever-growing lineup of devices. Amazon's...

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The Gear VR Headset Could be Samsung’s First Move into Virtual Reality?

  There are rumours that Samsung is working on a virtual reality headset, and we might know the name according to a filed application with the US Patent and Trademark Office, for the trademark Gear VR. 

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