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ARM's Super-Efficient New Chip Can Get "Years of Battery Life" [Guts]

With processors, it's easy to get caught up in gigahertz and petaflops and the top-end specs. But blazing fast speed doesn't mean all that much for, say, your refrigerator. ARM's says its Cortex-M0+ chip will connect your dumb appliances to a smart grid, and offer "years" of battery life on...

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HTML5 Roundup: Mozilla and Google Aim to Level Up Gaming on the Web

Standards-based open Web technologies are increasingly capable of delivering interactive multimedia experiences; the kind that used to only be available through plugins or native applications. This trend is creating new opportunities for gaming on the Web. New standards are making it possible for Web applications to implement 3D graphics, handle...

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Fedora Remix Is the Official Linux Distro of Raspberry Pi

Recently, we've been covering the diminutive $25/$35 Raspberry Pi computer, and how the initial batch of 10,000 ARM-based devices sold out in seconds. The Raspberry Pi devices should spark the interest of any fan of Linux and if you're also interested in how low prices can go for a reasonably high-powered computer, you're probably already following the Raspberry Pi story.

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Develop Android Apps from Within Android Using AIDE

Replication is a necessary survival technique in nature, and now Android apps have joined the self-preservation fray with a new piece of software known as the Android Java IDE (AIDE). An integrated development environment for -- don't you know it -- Android, the package provides would-be coders with a complete set of development tools that include code completion, formatting, refactoring,...

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Android Market Raises Maximum App Size to 4GB, APK Files Still Limited to 50MB

A small but fundamental shift happened this evening in the Android Market, as Google has raised its rather arbitrary maximum application size from 50MB to a hefty 4GB. While APK files retain the traditional 50MB restriction, developers will be able to bundle two additional 2GB expansion files with their apps, which (in most cases) will be downloaded...

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