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LG is the First Smartphone Maker to Join Google's Open Automotive Alliance

"Android Everywhere" was the theme of Google I/O this year, and one of the new frontiers the company is tackling is the car. That's not a brand-new focus, however — back at CES, Google announced the Open Automotive Alliance, its attempt at getting both automakers and technology companies on the same page. The...

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Create Your Own Linux, Android and iOS Apps Using LiveCode in Linux

 tecmint: Livecode is a programming language first appeared in 1993, its' main goal is to allow everybody to code,...

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Automotive Grade Linux Hits the Road

eWEEK: The first release of Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) is out today, providing car vendors with an open-source platform on which to embed applications and features.

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Android Wear Review: The Everything Inbox

Pretty much everybody I know hates their inbox. It's not just email either, though it tends to take the brunt of everybody's anger. There are dozens of apps sending us hundreds of notifications; managing all that incoming information is a genuine hassle. Looking at the notification center on our phones,...

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Carrier Board Sold as Open-Spec, Cortex-A5 SBC

Toradex’s “Viola” carrier board extends its Linux-ready Colibri COMs, and ships as a $69 open-spec SBC loaded with its Vybrid-based Colibri VF50 COM. Swiss embedded vendor Toradex has jumped on the trend of offering carrier boards for its computer-on-modules that can double as sandwich-style, open source single board computers. The...

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