January 7, 2010

Tux Takes a Bow: Linux Makes Presence Known at CES

The open source Linux operating system is arguably a major force in the mobile and embedded space and can be found on a growing number of popular devices ranging from the TiVo to Amazon's Kindle. It's not surprising that the proverbial penguin has a strong presence at CES this week, where gadget makers from around the world are unveiling their latest and greatest toys.

Touchscreen devices are the new hotness this year and are arriving with Linux in a number of different form factors and configurations. There are some new touchscreen Internet dashboards for the home, including ICD's 15-inch Vega, an Android-based tablet with NVIDIA's Tegra SoC. Another compelling product in this category is the Sony Dash, a 7-inch touchscreen device that that runs Chumby's Linux platform and doubles as an alarm clock...

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