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Rugged Bay Trail COM Offers Soldered RAM

Kontron’s Linux-ready COM Express Compact Type 6 modules for the Atom E3800 come in standard and rugged versions, both with industrial temperature support. Like most major embedded vendors, Kontron has gone big on the Intel Atom E3800 (Bay Trail-I), having announced a COM Express Mini Type 10 computer-on-module (COM) called...

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Arduino Yún: The Best Hacks You Will Ever See

The last time I wrote about the best hacks available for a board, I had so much to choice between; now instead, writing about Arduino Yún and all of its best hacks, it was difficult to me to find really good projects, because the platform is so young. While Raspberry...

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Android Bugs Leave Every Smartphone and Tablet Vulnerable to Privilege Escalation

Six new bugs uncovered in Google's mobile platform shows how every Android-powered device – more than a billion devices in all – are vulnerable to malware thanks to privilege escalation issues.

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Android-Based Touchscreen Router Does Home Automation

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 funding goals, and there are still some packages left at discounted prices until the campaign closes Mar. 23 at 10:34...

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Pocket's Prototype for Android Wear Saves Articles Right from your Wrist

Google unveiled Android Wear this week and encouraged developers to build apps purpose-built for the wrist. Pocket is among the first companies to rise to the challenge, showing off a prototype version of a software development kit for Android Wear today that will let you save links directly from your watch. 

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