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Google Reboots its Living Room Efforts With the Fluid and Simplified Android TV

Google hasn't exactly been successful at taking over the living room — its previous Google TV efforts have failed to capture much consumer interest. However, during the I/O keynote today, the company showed that it is ready to start fresh with Android TV. As shown off onstage, Android TV is...

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Android Apps Will Eventually Run on Chromebooks

Google is working to bring Chrome OS and Android closer together, and that'll eventually mean having Android apps running right on a Chromebook. "We're in early days," Sundary Pichai, Google's Chrome and Android chief, said today. At Google's I/O developer conference, he showed how the Evernote Android app looked while...

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Automation Controller Taps Raspberry Pi Compute Module

Techbase has designed a Raspberry Pi Compute Module into a Linux-based “ModBerry” automation computer backed by an “iMod” cloud platform for remote control. The computer-on-module version of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module, which began shipping this week, was anticipated by many, but perhaps nowhere so acutely as in Poland. First,...

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Embedded Linux Distros Continue Open Source Yocto Push

Enea has unveiled version 4.0 of its networking-oriented Enea Linux embedded distribution, introducing virtualization features and an updated Yocto Project 1.6 foundation. The release highlights a trend in which all the major commercial embedded Linux platforms have become more open in recent years.

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Google Touts 1 Billion Active Android Users Per Month

At last year’s Google I/O the company revealed it had activated 900 million Android devices, and this year that number has hit the billion mark. Over a 30-day period, 1 billion people now actively use Android devices. Google’s Android and Chrome chief, Sundar Pichai, revealed the latest Android figures on...

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