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Frankencamera is Open Source, Runs on Linux

An open-source operating system out of Stanford would let programmers create algorithms to process images differently than what brands such as Canon and Nikon are currently offering.
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Using a USB Turntable with Linux

For most consumers, vinyl records are twenty years dead. But if you're a DJ, a collector, or the owner of limited edition vinyl, then records still matter to you--and you probably want to listen to your tracks sometimes on your Linux computer. The best way to do so is to create and transfer files via a USB turntable and the Audacity sound editor. The process is relatively straightforward, but it does have a few quirks.

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Webinars Explain Linux Development Using OMAP SoCs

Timesys announced two series of free webinars on building embedded Linux-based products using its LinuxLink service with the Texas Instruments OMAP-L137 and OMAP35xx reference platforms.
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Can ARM Come Between Microsoft and Intel?

When someone asks who the giants of the semiconductor industry are, the names of Intel's founders, Gordon Moore and Robert Noyce, float to the top of my mind.

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Low-Power ARM9 SoC Gains Linux Support

Timesys released a version of its LinuxLink development framework for a Texas Instruments (TI) ARM9 SoC that targets low-power devices, ranging from medical instrumentation to industrial control systems.
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