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3. What's the best app to sync with my cell phone?
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6. What's the best app to sync with my cell phone?
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... year. What's different, however, is that the watch will run  Android Wear — Google's customized software designed specifically for wearables — and that the phone might actually ship this time around. ...
8. The MarS DIY Platform for Around $100 (Without Screen)
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... is the touch screen kit which makes the MarS a great platform on which to build a custom tablet, for example. At the heart of the MarS is a dual core Freescale i.MX6 Cortex-A9 with the Vivante ...
9. Raspberry Pi Spun Into Embedded Module
(Embedded / Mobile/Mobile Linux)
... HIO board, but even Intel has gotten into the act with its Quark-based Galileo SBC and Atom-based Minnowboard Max. These Linux-, and in many cases, Android-ready devices are sometimes only partially ...
10. Replace the Retiring Windows XP with Linux
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... to retire XP several times before, but due to enterprise customer demand had to continue supporting it. But this time they really really mean it, for reals. If you're using Windows XP, it won't stop ...
11. In-Vehicle Systems: The Next Frontier
(Embedded / Mobile/Mobile Linux)
... very exciting topic, and Collab Summit confirmed for me that automotive software is currently in a state of flux.  Alex Agizim is VP and CTO of Embedded Systems at GlobalLogic. I had an opportunity ...
12. Tiny Boards Stoke the Market for Wearables and IoT
(Embedded / Mobile/Mobile Linux)
... Intel Atom instead of the lower-power Quark. Like the Newton, the Edison has expanded from a wearables-only focus to include a broader array of low-power Internet of Things (IoT) devices. In the coming ...
... on a handful of machines, and most of it is all done by hand. Doing this kind of thing on a bigger scale makes it a little impractical to do in a non-automated way. But given I’ve been buried alive in ...
... a mere sampling of what's new in Linux 3.14; other additions include a userspace locking validator, kernel address space randomization and TCP automatic corking. For a full summary, check out the changelog ...
15. Android-Based Touchscreen Router Does Home Automation
(Embedded / Mobile/Mobile Linux)
A Kickstarter project called Soap combines router and home automation features in a quad-core, Android-based tablet with 802.11ac, ZigBee, Z-Wave, and BLE. The Soap project has already surpassed its $80,000 ...
16. Troubleshooting Ubuntu One Cloud Storage on Linux
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... Control Panel), you will find you can limit upload and download speeds as well as configure File Sync Settings. Under this section, make sure everything is checked except Automatically sync all folders ...
Nokia has started encouraging Android developers to support its Nokia X platform. The phones, primarily aimed at developing markets, run a highly customised version of Android and to ensure compatibility ...
... smart "Internet of Things" devices including automotive computers, gaming consoles, wireless speakers, or printers. It's unclear whether these devices would similarly need to run Tizen or might also include ...
... a traditional-looking game controller with media buttons at its bottom. It actually looks remarkably similar to the controller for OnLive, but with Xbox-style offset analogue sticks. The controller ...
... devices. The big news was the invasion of 64-bit ARMv8 and x86 SoCs, including Qualcomm's Snapdragon 615 and Intel's Atom Z34xx. The ARM models are built on the ARMv8 Cortex-A53 design. Eventually, we'll ...
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