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Chrome OS Features to Look for in Current Chromebook Crop

While users were uncertain at first about a Web-based OS, Chrome OS proved to be usable and appealing. Here are some key features of the platform.

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Tiny Open-Source Module Aims to Make IoT Apps Easy

WeIO is sampling a tiny open source board, running OpenWRT Linux on an Atheros/MIPS module, that enables IoT applications controlled entirely via HTML5 code. Billed as “The Web of Things for Creators,” the fully open source, GPL3-licensed WeIO module is notable for its HTML5 programming interface and Python-based Tornado web...

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Linux-Ready MIPS SoCs Target Low-Power Wearables

The Dhanush Wearable Processing Unit is a Linux-ready SoC based on MIPS MicroAptiv and InterAptiv cores, designed for wearables with 30-day battery life. Based in Santa Clara, Calif. and Hyderabad, India, Ineda Systems announced its Dhanush Wearable Processing Unit (WPU) back in April. The system-on-chips have now begun sampling to...

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Wireless Speakers Run Linux, Control IoT Stuff

Musaic is prepping an OpenWRT Linux and AllJoyn AllPlay-enabled wireless speaker and Internet radio that doubles as a home automation hub. U.K.-based Musaic ended its Kickstarter round in April, surpassing its goal of raising 60,000 U.K. Pounds, and promising products by September starting at 160 Pounds (about $269). Recently, the...

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CyanogenMod 11.0 M7 Released

The CyanogenMod 11.0 M7 release is now available. Changes this time around include an overhaul of the theme chooser, a new calculator app, incorporation of ffmpeg for wider media format support, and more. "To get ahead of the inevitable questions, this release is based on Android 4.4.2. The 4.4.3 source...

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