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PICMG 1.3 Board Hosts Sandy Bridge Processors

DSM Computer announced a full-size PICMG CPU card that supports Intel's & Sandy Bridge& Core i7, i5, i3, Pentium, and Celeron processors. The 96M4361o offers up to 8GB of RAM, a Mini PCI Express slot, dual 6Gbit/sec. and quad 3Gbit/sec. SATA ports with RAID support, and support for dual displays....

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Open Source and the Open Road, Part 2

The connected car is on the verge of going where no vehicle has ever gone before. Presently, many cars enable drivers to pair their mobile music and phone devices with their vehicles' sound systems. But cars with telemetry that will connect to cloud-based navigation and entertainment services could soon be...

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Security Holes Caused by Pre-Installed Android Apps

Several smartphone vendors have undermined Android's security model with their pre-installed apps. The apps pass on privileges to other apps without requesting user confirmation, and this can be exploited by attackers...

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Asus Padfone with Tegra 3 Coming in Early 2012

Just as we were settling down to another calm and banterful Engadget Mobile Podcast, our special guest had to go and throw us some hard news. Yup, and rather than making you sit through the entire two-hour recording (pleasant as that would be), we're just going to come right out with it: Nicole Scott...

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Android 4.0 for Atom CPUs is Ready

Intel says it has completed its version of "Ice Cream Sandwich" for smartphones and tablets with "Medfield" Atom CPUs...

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