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Pogoplug Gains USB 3.0, SATA Ports

Pogoplug announced a new version of its Linux-based file-sharing and backup device. The Pogoplug Series 4 adds more local storage options, including two USB 3.0 ports and a SATA port compatible with Universal Storage Module-compliant devices such as SeaGate GoFlex hard disk drives....

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HP Decides to Open Source WebOS

The company plans to continue to support the platform and hopes to spur developer interest.

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HP Made the Right Move on WebOS, But What's Next?

Faced with the unsavory alternatives, HP made the right choice in releasing WebOS to the community under open source license, says this analysis by eWEEK's Chris Preimesberger. Even if WebOS ends up dying on the open source vine, befriending the development community should have long-term public relations benefits, and the...

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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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