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Can Open Source and The Linux Foundation Jump Start The Internet of Things?

When you consider what kinds of technology revolutions might arise over the next seven to 10 years, does The Internet of Things come to mind? Probably not, but you've no doubt heard of the effort to give just about everything an IP address, a cloud connection, or some kind of bridge to the Internet, allowing you to control everything from when your plants get watered to heating and plumbing in your house. 

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Mini-ITX Baseboard Accepts ARM or x86 COMs

Data Modul unveiled a signage-oriented Mini-ITX format baseboard that accepts both ARM- and Atom-based Qseven COMs, and drives LCDs as large as 82 inches. Standards such as the Qseven spec for computer-on-modules (COMs) are designed in part to enable customers to easily replace one COM with another — even from...

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Stratasys Aims to Take MakerBot, 3D Printing Mainstream

Stratasys is hoping that MakerBot desktop systems will ultimately lead to a halo effect for its industrial strength products for manufacturing.

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Wine Support On Chrome OS Is Unlikely

If you were hoping to eventually be able to run Windows applications within Google's Chrome OS environment via Wine, the possibilities of that working out well are very slim...

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Cisco Launches Internet of Things Security Challenge

Cisco is offering prizes worth up to $300,000 for those who can solve security issues surrounding the "Internet of Things" concept.

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