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Working with Bluetooth: Connecting to All Those Cool Devices

Wireless peripherals have made connecting devices to your laptop or desktop a thing of beauty. Gone are the days of tangled wires, incompatible connectors and too-short cables. All you have to do now is make your Bluetooth device discoverable and connect to it on the computer. At least that's how easy it's supposed to be.

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VIA Technologies, Inc. Joins Linux Foundation

The Linux Foundation today announced that VIA Technologies, Inc. has become its newest member.
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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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