LinuxGizmos.com is dedicated to bringing you timely news and analysis on the hardware, software, protocols, and standards used in embedded, mobile, and Internet of Things devices that are built around open source OSes such as Linux and its derivatives (e.g. Android, Tizen, OpenWRT, Brillo, etc.). We also provide coverage of new and innovative products that exemplify the use of these technologies.
LinuxGizmos is notable for its comprehensive, detailed, and insightful coverage of the latest embedded-oriented single board computers (SBCs), computer-on-modules (COMs), system-on-chips (SoCs), and software platforms aimed at embedded, mobile, and IoT applications in both consumer and industrial markets. The site’s target audience includes professional developers, makers, students and educators, early adopters, product strategists, and technical decision makers.
LinuxGizmos is also pleased to host the LinuxDevices Archive, which contains nearly 15,000 news items and articles previously published by LinuxDevices.com and spanning a dozen years of early embedded Linux history. This precious asset became available in December 2013 by virtue of a generous donation to the Linux community from Quinstreet Inc.
|Rick Lehrbaum, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief — Rick is an entrepreneur, innovator, and well-known blogger in the embedded devices market. He co-founded Ampro Computers in 1983, authored the PC/104 standard and founded the PC/104 Consortium in 1991, created LinuxDevices.com in 1999, and guided the formation of the Embedded Linux Consortium in 2000.|
|Eric Brown, Editor — Eric is a long-time observer of the embedded Linux and Android market. He’s a frequent contributor to Linux.com and MIT Technology Insider. At LinuxDevices.com, he was Chief Writer from 2007 to 2009 and Editor from 2009 to 2012. Former positions include executive staff positions at PC World and NewMedia Magazines.|
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