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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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HyperCat Spec Aims for Internet of Things Interoperability

The specification was developed by an English consortium that includes IBM, Intel and ARM as well as various UK startups.

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Flashing Tizen Common onto the Intel NUC

  Exciting times are ahead of application and platform developers with the release of Tizen Common as it has the ability to run on the Intel NUC DE3815TYKHE, which was one of the giveaways at the Tizen Developer Conference (as well as the Samsung Gear 2). If you have a Intel NUC and want to get involved with development of the Tizen platform and potentially testing your applications, then you can start by flashing Tizen onto it using the instructions below.

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Intel Chips, 3D Printing Could Put a Robot in Every Home

Intel chips and 3D printing could make robots as ubiquitous, affordable, customizable and diversely helpful as smartphones.

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Google Gives Developers Early Access to Android L

The Android L preview version gives developers an intriguing look into what the next version of Android will look like and how it will work. Read all about it here.

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