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Rugged COM runs Linux and Android on Cortex-A15

CompuLab unveiled an SODIMM-style COM and related SBC based on a dual-core, 1.5GHz Cortex-A15, TI OMAP5432 SoC, and supported with Linux and Android OSes. CompuLab’s “CM-T54″ computer-on-module is its most powerful ARM-based COM yet. Although the module lacks the quad-core option of the company’s Cortex-A9 Freescale i.MX6 based CM-FX6 COM,...

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Sony Gives Android Wear the Cold Shoulder

It's been just barely a week since Google's Android Wear project made its initial debut, but already one major maker of wearable devices has snubbed the new platform. Sony this week said it will stick with its own Android-based SmartWatch platform for wearables instead. Consumer electronics manufacturers including Asus, HTC,...

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Android Wear -- Wearable Devices Built Around Relevance

Google is able to offer something with Android Wear that no other player, big like Apple or small like Pebble, can offer. And that's why it'll win...

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Tough and Tiny COM Sports 9W G-Series SoC

Arbor announced a tiny COM Express computer-on-module featuring a 9W dual-core AMD G-Series SoC, plus 2GB soldered RAM, extended temperature, and PCIe. Arbor Technology’s “EmNANO-a56M0″ computer-on-module, billed as is its smallest COM Express module yet, is designed for applications including medical equipment, security and surveillance, gaming, digital signage, and 3D...

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Mozilla Hires New CEO Who Will Focus on Firefox OS

You've known Firefox since its birth as the alternative Web browser company. Now, under the rule of the new CEO Brendan Eich, it wants to be known as your smartphone operating system.

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