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A Crock-Pot Slow Cooker With Wi-Fi Smarts (Hands-on)

The $130 Linux-based Crock-Pot WeMo Smart Slow Cooker was unveiled at CES earlier this year, and will be available in stores soon. I got to spend some time with one this week and thought I'd share some early impressions ahead of the full review.

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Samsung's Tizen-Based Z Handset Poses Future Challenge to Android

The Samsung Z is the company's first smartphone model running the Tizen OS that was developed in-house. Here's a look at the device's key features.

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Configurable IoT Gateway Runs Linux on Intel Quark

Aaeon announced a compact, wireless IoT gateway that runs Linux on an Intel Quark X1000 Series SoC, and works in conjunction with an Asus Cloud Service. The Aaeon “AIOT-X1000″ IoT gateway supports the Gateway Solutions for IoT architecture (aka “Moon Island”) unveiled by Intel in April. Aaeon’s product joins other...

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Samsung Z Is First Commercially Available Tizen Smartphone

Samsung, after conquering the smartphone market with Android, has introduced its first phone running Tizen.

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ARM Plans Chip Design Center for Wearables, Internet of Things

Company executives announce the new center at Computex, and say it will be established in Taiwan.

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