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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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Sneak Peek at a Proof-of-Concept Snapdragon MCM

We spied an interesting Qualcomm “proof of concept” multi-chip-module (MCM), described as a “Nexus 7 on a chip,” at the recent EE Live! conference. The Qualcomm rep who showed it to us (and is holding it in the photos below) emphasized that the MCM was purely a “proof of concept”...

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Snapdragon-Based COM Supports Extreme Temperatures

Variscite announced a COM based on Qualcomm’s 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon APQ8064 SoC, supported with Android and Linux, and usable from -40 to 85°C. The VAR-SOM-SD600 builds upon the same Snapdragon APQ8064 system-on-chip as another computer-on-module announced this week: CompuLab’s CM-QS600. Qualcomm’s 1.7GHz, quad-core SoC is also known as the S4...

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SBC Brings Quad-Core Mobile SoC to Embedded Apps

Boardcon’s Android-ready sandwich style SBC mixes a COM with a quad-core Exynos4412 SoC and a baseboard featuring optional displays and wireless modules. Shenzhen, China based ODM Boardcon Embedded Design has managed to escape our attention, despite having been around since 2008. The company’s new “EM4412″ single-board computer is just one...

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Behind the Wheel: A Look Inside Google's Self-Driving Cars

Google's vision of the future not only involves sticking tiny displays in front of your eyeballs, but also cars that can drive themselves around with you safely inside. If that sounds like something that's too far off, Google is trying to show the world otherwise. This week, the company invited...

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