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[Video] Onstar – Remote Control Your Car From Your Tizen Samsung Gear 2

  At the Tizen Developer Conference, Onstar a General Motors subsidiary company, was showing off their car remote control solution, but with a little twist as it was working on a Samsung Gear 2, to control a lovely looking Chevrolet. 

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The first Tizen based Samsung Z (SM-Z910F) smartphone coming to the UK, hopefully soon.

  The UK Online electronics retailer MobileFun have listed the Tizen based Samsung Z (SM-Z910F) as a unlocked smartphone on their site, with a release date to be confirmed. 

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Add-ons Turn Raspberry Pi Into Robot Controller, Drone Autopilot

Mikronaut launched a “RoboPi” robot controller for the Raspberry Pi, while Emlid tapped Indiegogo for its Pi-ready “Navio” shield for drone autopilots. 

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Mozilla and Spreadtrum Get Closer to $25 Firefox OS Smartphone

The Mozilla Foundation and chip maker Spreadtrum have partnered with two Indian vendors to launch ultra-low-cost smartphones in the next few months. Spreadtrum said the phones could cost just US$25.

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Leon Anavi – Porting Tizen to Open Source Hardware Devices for Beginners

  Leon Anavi was at the recent Tizen Developer Conference, and presented a session entitled Porting Tizen to open source hardware devices for beginners. He discusses Open Source hardware and provides details about the porting process, as well as guidelines on how to select appropriate developer boards and to build...

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