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Home Smart Grid System Runs Linux

Control4 announced a home energy management system designed for "smart grid" interaction, and announced version 2.0 of its Linux-based Control4 Home Automation software.
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NEC Taps Intel Subsidiary for Linux Help

Following its acquisition by Intel, Wind River continues to serve customers using non-Intel architectures. Today, it announced an ARM-based customer win with Japanese consumer electronics giant NEC.

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Mot's Android Phone Debuts

Motorola and T-Mobile announced Mot's first Android smartphone, as well as a "push" social networking streaming web service called MotoBlur. The slider-format Cliq smartphone offers a 3.1-inch HVGA touchscreen, a 5-megapixel autofocus camera, GPS, 3G HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth, and sensors, says Motorola.
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Jolicloud Innovates Atop Ubuntu Netbook Remix

Linux distributions designed specifically for use on netbooks is nothing new. Canonical produces the Ubuntu Netbook Remix version of Ubuntu for these small-sized devices, Intel has their Moblin distribution that is very fast and offers an attractive interface, gOS has their own netbook distribution...
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Hacking the webOS

Let's roll up our sleeves and dig around inside webOS to find out just what's available to the developer looking to make modifications on a rooted device.
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