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Freescale Tips Embedded Partnerships for Multi-Core SoCs

Freescale Semiconductor announced that it has signed strategic agreements with Enea, Green Hills Software, and Mentor Graphics to support Freescale's QorIQ, PowerQUICC, and StarCore processors. The agreement with Mentor Graphics calls for the company to work with Freescale on developing a common Li...
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Clang, Chromium, ZFS Improve On FreeBSD

Daniel Gerzo with the FreeBSD project has issued a status report concerning work going on within FreeBSD and related projects for the first quarter of this year. Catching our interest in particular were the updates surrounding LLVM/Clang as the compiler for FreeBSD's base, the Chromium web browser...
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Chrome OS Kernel Source Code Hints at ARM, Tegra 2 Hardware

Google's browser-centric Chrome OS hasn't reached the market yet, but development is progressing and the platform is attracting...

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NFC Stack Gets Open Sourced

Inside Contactless, a manufacturer of near field communications (NFC) chips, announced an open source version of its NFC protocol stack for mobile platforms including Windows CE 6.0. Version 3.5 of & Open NFC& will be available on SourceForge.net May 15, complete with source code and full API docu...
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Atom-Based LAN Appliance Has Optional 10/100 Switch

Aewin announced an Intel Atom-based network appliance that comes with either six gigabit Ethernet ports or five gigabit ports and four switched 10/100 ports. The SCB-7971 includes a N450, D410, or D510 CPU, up to 2GB of RAM, and hard disk or CompactFlash storage, the company says....
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Cray Releases Highly Scalable, More Inclusive Super-Linux

We'd all love to have a supercomputer, but sadly, most of us will never have the chance to put that much umph in our computing. If you happen to be in the market for a sweet little Linux box with a half-million cores or so, though... 
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