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Edison IoT Module Ships with Atom/Quark Combo SoC

Intel launched its Edison COM for wearables, with a “Tangier” SoC that mixes a dual-core Atom running Linux with a Quark chip, and optional breakout boards. Intel’s tiny Edison computer-on-module for wearables and other Internet of Things applications is finally available for $50, along with two Intel development boards plus...

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Android First in Smartphone OS Market Share, Apple Top OEM

Google’s Android operating system (OS) led as the number one smartphone platform with 51.5 percent platform market share, according to comScore.

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Samsung Tizen Based Gear Blink (Glass) to Launch in March 2015?

 Tizen Experts:  We were hoping to see Gear Glass, Samsung’s rival product to Google Glass, at IFA 2014 this year, but unfortunately that didn’t happen. 

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Raspberry Pi-Powered In-Car Computer Project Shifts Up a Gear

 RasPi Today: After watching classic TV shows such as Knight Rider and Street Hawk in his youth, IT professional and Raspberry Pi enthusiast Derek Knaggs was inspired to create a low-cost in-car computer using a Raspberry Pi.

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Moto 360 Smartwatch Powered by a Four-Year-Old Processor

A teardown of Motorola's new flagship Moto 360 smartwatch reveals it is powered by a four-year-old processor - the same silicon that powered the company's first smartwatch released in 2011 - and a battery with 10 percent less capacity than the advertised specs.

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