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Sports, Fitness Monitors Expected to be $2.8 Billion Market in 2019

IHS Technology projects that sports, fitness and activity monitors will be a strong market and up 22 percent in 2014. Will smartwatches and smartphones derail that growth?

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This Single Screeenshot Shows Why iOS is Years Behind Android in Usability

When it comes to home screen flexibility, the iPhone is even less flexible than the Palm handhelds were back in the 1990s. By comparison, iOS is positively regressive.

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Rugged PC/104 SBC Features Stackable OneBank PCIe

VersaLogic announced a rugged, Linux-friendly PC/104 SBC based on Intel’s Atom E3800 series SoCs and featuring a unique new “OneBank” stackable PCIe bus. VersaLogic’s “Bengal” SBC announcement is the third BayTrail-on-PC/104 story we’ve heard this year. Other recently announced E3800-based PC/104 form-factor SBCs include ADL’s ADLE3800PC, announced in February, and...

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Multi-Wireless Module Runs Linux, Targets IoT Gateways

ConnectBlue announced a multi-wireless COM featuring Bluetooth 4.0, dual-band WiFi, and dual-Ethernet connectivity, and running Linux on a TI Sitara SoC. ConnectBlue, which has supplied plug-and-play integrated wireless modules for better than a decade, is nearing the release of its first full fledged computer-on-module. The “OMP171″ COM includes an “optimized”...

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Samsung Says 11 Million Galaxy S5 Smartphones Sold Since Launch

The tech giant reports that sales of the new flagship phone are off to a strong start.

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