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LG's New 'Rolly' Wireless Keyboard Turns Into a Pocket Stick

LG just announced the "Rolly," a Bluetooth keyboard that folds up along the four rows of keys to create a wand-like device that can be tossed in a purse or pocket.

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IoT Server Is Loaded With Linux “Candi”

Logic Supply’s Atom N2800 based “CC150″ industrial IoT gateway is loaded with a version of the Linux-based IoT Server software from Candi Controls. 

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Logic Supply Announces Fanless, Intel Atom-Based Internet of Things Gateway

The Logic Supply hardware company, known for selling all sorts of industrial and embedded computers powered by GNU/Linux operating systems like Ubuntu, announced the general availability of a fanless Internet of Things (IoT) gateway. 

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Google Announces Smart, Linux-Powered OnHub Router for Next-Gen Wi-Fi

On August 18, Google had the great pleasure of revealing its latest product, OnHub, a router powered by a Linux kernel-based operating system and designed from the ground up to provide home user with a next-generation Wi-Fi network. Promising to offers you the fastest Wi-Fi connection always, OnHub has been...

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BeagleBone Green Drops The HDMI… And The Price

Seeed Studios is shipping its $39 “Green” version of the BeagleBone, which loses the micro-HDMI port but adds a micro-USB port and Grove sensor interfaces. 

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