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Google Assistant SDK preview brings voice agent to the Raspberry Pi

Apr 28, 2017 — 117 views
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Google has released a Python-based Google Assistant SDK that’s designed for prototyping voice agent technology on the Raspberry Pi 3.

Surveying Linux system update and integrity protection schemes

Apr 28, 2017 — 196 views
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At ELC 2017, Intel’s Patrick Ohly explores the pros and cons of system update mechanisms and integrity protection schemes for Yocto Project.

Rugged, Linux-friendly module taps Apollo Lake

Apr 27, 2017 — 162 views
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Axiomtek’s “CEM313” COM Express Compact module runs on Intel Apollo Lake, and offers -20 to 70°C support, vibration resistance, and an optional carrier.

Linux-on-Sitara embedded computer triplets offer mini-PCIe expansion

Apr 27, 2017 — 311 views
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[Updated: April 28] — Vision Systems has launched a trio of embedded systems that run Debian or OpenWrt on its new TI AM3352-based COM, and offer mini-PCIe and optional VPN.

Most powerful 96Boards SBC yet offers M.2 expansion

Apr 26, 2017 — 906 views
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Archermind and LeMaker have launched a “Hikey 960” 96Boards CE SBC for AOSP using HiSilicon’s 4x -A73, 4x -A53 Kirin 960 SoC, and featuring M.2 expansion.

Tiny module and Nano-ITX dev board use Qualcomm wearables SoC

Apr 25, 2017 — 1,081 views
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Intrinsyc‘s 31.5 x 15mm “Open‐Q 2100 SOM” and Nano-ITX dev kit for wearables run Android 7.0 or Android Wear on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear 2100 SoC.

Open-spec networking Mini-ITX has 1, 2.5, and 10 GbE ports

Apr 25, 2017 — 2,201 views
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SolidRun’s “Marvell MacchiatoBIN” is a $349, Mini-ITX networking SBC that runs Linux 4.4 on Marvell’s quad -A72 Armada 8040, and supports ODP, OFP, and NFV.

Mentor tips Azure IoT support and Linux-driven self-driving tech

Apr 24, 2017 — 352 views
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Mentor announced Azure Certified for IoT compliance for Mentor Embedded Linux, and unveiled a Linux-based “DRS360” self-driving car platform.

Open source group focuses on industrial IoT gateway middleware

Apr 24, 2017 — 555 views
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The Linux Foundation has launched an open source, cross-platform “EdgeX Foundry” project based on Dell’s FUSE for standardizing middleware on IoT gateways.

X-ES spins Enterprise Linux BSP for its x86 boards

Apr 21, 2017 — 671 views
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X-ES launched a RHEL-compatible “X-ES Enterprise Linux” distro optimized for its x86 COMs and SBCs starting with its recent Xeon/Broadwell VPX and VME SBCs.

Raspberry Pi HAT does 3G/HSPA, and GNSS too

Apr 20, 2017 — 1,315 views
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Linkwave’s “Pilot” is a Raspberry Pi HAT add-on with a Sierra Wireless HL 3G/HSPA radio, a SIM slot, as well as a GNNS location chip.

Developing a wearable with Zephyr

Apr 20, 2017 — 566 views
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At ELC, Fabien Parent and Neil Armstrong related how they used Zephyr to build a wearable. They praised Zephyr, but dinged the review tools and governance.

Ubuntu-friendly Qseven COM runs on Apollo Lake

Apr 20, 2017 — 220 views
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Arbor’s Ubuntu-ready “EmQ-i2401” Qseven 2.0 COM features an Apollo Lake SoC, extended temp support, and an optional EPIC carrier board.