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Canalys: Android Powers 59 Percent of Smartphones, Tablets and Laptops

Shipments for all smart mobile devices grew by more than a third worldwide last quarter -- but tablets are rising the fastest.

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Many LinuxGizmos readers are aware that has been dormant ever since its February 2012 acquisition from Ziff Davis Enterprise by Quinstreet. Despite any recent updates, the vast LinuxDevices news archive continued to serve as a valuable archive of embedded Linux information, history, and memorabilia; but earlier this week, the...

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Marvell Debuts Speedier ARM Cortex-A9 Networking SOC

Marvell announced a new member of its Linux-ready Armada 300 line of system-on-chips (SOCs) designed for a wide variety of networking applications. The Armada 375 is equipped with a dual-core Cortex-A9 processor clocked at either 800MHz or 1GHz, and offers gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0, SATA 2.0, and PCI Express connectivity.

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Adlink Reveals Tiny Linux-Ready ‘SMARC’ COM

Adlink has released detailed specs on its first tiny computer-on-module (COM) to support the new ARM-focused SMARC standard. The tiny industrial-targeted LEC-3517 module starts with a 600MHz TI Sitara AM3517 processor, adds up to 2GB each of DDR2 RAM and NAND flash, mixes in a variety of interfaces ranging from...

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Bluestacks' New Gamepop Android Console Takes on Ouya with 'Netflix for Games' Approach

Known for bringing Android apps to Windows and the Mac, Bluestacks is following Ouya with the launch of its own independent Android console called Gamepop. Positioning itself as a "Netflix for games" but with hardware, Bluestacks will provide Gamepop owners with unlimited access to Android titles for a $6.99 monthly...

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