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Tiniest Linux COM Yet?

An open-spec COM that runs OpenWRT Linux on a MIPS-based Ralink RT5350 SoC has won its Indiegogo funding. The $20, IoT-focused “VoCore” measures 25 x 25mm. How low can you go? Tiny computer-on-modules (COMs) for Internet of Things (IoT) applications are popping up everywhere, with recent, Linux-ready entries including Intel’s...

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Samsung to Leverage Open Source in Advancing Digital Health Monitoring

This week Samsung is drawing a lot of buzz with its announcement of the Samsung Digital Health Initiative, which will be based on open hardware platforms and open software architecture. 

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QEMU 2.1 To Bring More Complete 64-bit ARM Support

QEMU 2.1 should be released two months from today and with it will come ARM architecture improvements and other enhancements...

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Reminder, Student Developers Register FREE for the Tizen Developer Conference #TDCSF14

  Dear Student Developers, here is a quick reminder that you can register for the upcoming Tizen Developer Conference next week for the amazing price of FREE !!! 

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Intel Reveals Open Source Robot Kit and Smart Shirt

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich showed off an open source Linux robot kit called Jimmy at the Code Conference this week, as well as a sensor-laden Smart Shirt for health monitoring. Both devices are based on its Linux-ready Edison computer-on-module.

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