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Linux Benchmarks Of Intel's Edison Module

Intel's Edison Module is a development platform for prototyping wearable computing devices and IoT devices. Here's some Linux benchmarks with the Intel Edison running on Debian...

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Android Motorcycle Helmet Open for Pre-Order

Skully announced a limited public pre-order round for its Android-based head-up display motorcycle helmet, available for $1,499 through Jan. 8. The “world’s first augmented reality motorcycle helmet,” was a record-breaking $2.8 million Indiegogo success this summer, says Skully. (The frozen Indiegogo page shows a total of $2.44 million, but hey,...

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A Video History of Android

Today, Android is the world's most pervasive mobile operating system on the planet, powering millions of smartphones, tablets, wearables, and more. But that wasn't always the case, and Android's public life started from humble beginnings just about six years ago. Continue reading…...

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Image of Meizu MX4 Running Ubuntu Touch Leaked

The Ubuntu Touch operating system is almost ready and soon we'll start seeing various devices running it.

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The $65 MIPS Development Board for IoT on Linux

Imagination Technologies today launched Creator CI20, a new development board that unites a dual-core 1.2 GHz MIPS32 CPU and a full suite of connectivity options into an Internet of Things platform that runs a variety of Linux distributions or Android 4.4 KitKat and retails for $65.

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