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Samsung's Gear S Smartwatch Coming to the US on November 7th

Samsung's Gear S smartwatch will launch in the United States on November 7th, the company announced today. All four major US carriers (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile) will carry the device, and you'll also be able to purchase it from Samsung's store-in-a-store shops at Best Buy locations across the US.

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ARM Unveils Toolkit for Students Learning How to Program

ARM has revealed the Embedded Education Kit, a low-cost toolkit for teaching embedded systems design and programming concepts.

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Watch a Working Project Ara Prototype Demonstrated Ahead of Spiral 2 Reveal

The engineers behind Project Ara are trying to make the last smartphone you'll ever need. Their design for a modular device has users slotting components — a camera, extra storage space, a Wi-Fi connector — into their phones, as and when they need them. It's an ambitious scheme, but engineers working at...

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Designing a 68K Single Board Computer

Big Mess O' Wires Blog: Hackers of a certain age love the 68000 family of CPUs, and I’ve begun sketching out designs for a 68K-based single board computer. 

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CyanogenMod to Add Universal Sync and Handoffs

Nextbit unveiled a cloud-based “Baton” service for CyanogenMod’s Android builds that enables sync and handoffs between devices, plus backup and restore. Half Moon Bay, Calif. based startup Nextbit unveiled its Baton service with an private beta release at the Recode Code/Mobile conference. The cloud-based synchronization and backup software, which sinks...

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