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Industrial PC Gets 3G, Dual-Core Atom

Lanner announced a fanless industrial PC with available GPS and 3G cellular capacities, plus a dual-core 1.66GHz Intel Atom D510 CPU. The LEC-7100 has a CompactFlash slot and 2.5-inch HDD (hard disk drive) bay, two gigabit Ethernet ports, VGA and DVI-D video outputs, and digital I/O, the company sa...
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Linux Rocks "Embedded World" 2010

As usual, Linux was everywhere at last week's Embedded World show in Nuremberg, Germany. Especially in Europe, the open source OS seems to be more popular than ever in the markets represented at the show, which include industrial, automotive, military, telecommunications, and consumer electronics...

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ARM9 SoC Gains Lower-Cost Sibling

Fujitsu announced an ARM9-based SoC (system on chip) including the company's & Coral PA& 2D/3D graphics controller. The MB86R03 & Jade L& is clocked at 320MHz, supports dual displays with resolutions up to 1024 x 768 pixels, and costs less than existing Jade SoCs, the company says....
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MeeGo Code Coming in March, Will Run on Atom Boards and N900

MeeGo code coming in March and will run on Atom boards...
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Google Open Sources reMail

Following its recent acquisition by Google last month and removal from the App Store, reMail has now been released to the open source community. The iPhone OS mail client is being open sourced because the Gmail team will instead be focusing on other projects at Google...
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