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Rugged i.MX6 SBC and panel PC power up via PoE

Aug 7, 2017 — 561 views
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Habey’s new 3.5-inch, PoE-ready “EMB-3200” SBC which offers NXP’s i.MX6, also drives a Linux- and Android driven, 7-inch “OPC-4207” touch-panel system.

Chip IP designer ARM becomes “Arm” — or is it arm?

Aug 7, 2017 — 1,733 views
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Chip IP designer ARM Holdings has released a video that rebrands itself as “Arm” and promises to bring “happiness for everyone.”

Cortex-A5 module has mainline Linux and an open-spec carrier

Aug 4, 2017 — 797 views
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Acme’s 40 x 30mm “RoadRunner” COM runs Linux on a Microchip Cortex-A5-based SAMA5D27, and offers -40 to 85°C support and an optional “Berta D2” carrier.

IoT cloud service adds Linux support via free BeagleBone BSP

Aug 4, 2017 — 601 views
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Anaren released v2.1 of its Anaren Atmosphere cloud-based IoT development platform, for the first time adding Linux support via a free BeagleBone Black BSP.

Arduino announces developer workshop following Musto ouster

Aug 3, 2017 — 981 views
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Arduino opened registration for an Arduino Core Developers Workshop following a shakeup in which controversial CEO Federico Musto left the company.

Gumstix offers customizable suite of LoRa modules and boards

Aug 3, 2017 — 728 views
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Gumstix has added LoRa add-ons to its Geppetto board design service that work with a RisingHF LoRa module, and launched Overo, Pi, and Arduino LoRa boards.

Automotive Grade Linux releases UCB 4.0 and taps virtualization tech

Aug 3, 2017 — 584 views
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The AGL project released UCB 4.0 with new SmartDeviceLink support, and Ubuntu was spotted in an Uber self-driving trial.

TI’s $99 DLP pico projector board connects to BeagleBone Black

Aug 2, 2017 — 2,504 views
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TI’s Linux-driven “DLP LightCrafter Display 2000 EVM” integrates a 0.2-inch “DLP2000” chipset that drives 640 x 360 displays, and plugs into the BB Black.

FreeRTOS-based remote I/O module offers isolated interfaces

Jul 28, 2017 — 693 views
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Artila’s “RIO-2014PG” remote I/O module runs FreeRTOS on an Atmel SAM4E16E, and offers isolated Fast Ethernet, RS485, and analog and digital I/O.

Rugged Skylake box PC offers up to 8x USB and 5x HDMI ports

Jul 28, 2017 — 594 views
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Advantech’s Linux-ready “UNO-2484G” Box PC offers dual-core 6th Gen U-series CPUs, 4x GbE ports, and either HDMI/USB or “iDoor” expansion units.

10 smart eyewear devices, starring the Glass EE

Jul 28, 2017 — 920 views
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With the launch of Glass Enterprise Edition, we decided to check up on the competition. Here are 10 smart eyewear products that run Android or Linux.

Mentor’s Zynq UltraScale+ eval kit includes Linux and Android 6.0

Jul 27, 2017 — 735 views
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Mentor’s “Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC ZCU102 Evaluation Kit” offers Mentor Embedded Linux, Nucleus, Code Sourcery, a hypervisor, and an Android 6.0 BSP.

Open source group adds members to forge edge computing standards

Jul 26, 2017 — 478 views
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The open source EdgeX Foundry group gains new members as it begins to sculpt standardized software building blocks for intelligent edge computing.