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posted in January 2011
Blog: Building compelling user experiences in embedded applications
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1/31/2011   Post a comment
Henry Davis considers how building a compelling user experience depends not only on the developer's abilities, but also on the underlying embedded hardware and software tools.
Magneti Marelli, Wind River provide Genivi-compliant infotainment platform for BMW
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1/31/2011   Post a comment
Automotive component supplier Magneti Marelli and embedded software vendor Wind River have announced a technological collaboration to create what they call the first Genivi-compliant in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) solution for the automotive industry.
Icera aims Espresso at smartphones
Product News  
1/27/2011   4 comments
Fabless chip company Icera Inc. has announced it is sampling the latest chip set and software in its Espresso series of platforms targeted at HSPA+ smartphones.
Evaluation copy of OKL4 Verified secure microkernel offered by OK Labs
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1/26/2011   Post a comment
Open Kernel Labs (OK Labs) offers download of OKL4 Verified, a fully verified, bug-free secure microkernel for business-critical and mission-critical applications in mobile/wireless devices. Device manufacturers (OEMs), mobile network operators (MNOs), application developers, researchers, and other interested parties can now download, run, and test OKL4 Verified on embedded ARM11 platforms.
EE Life Practical Jokes-How to fix "French Fries" and "Phlegm"
Blog  
1/24/2011   1 comment
Hit control-C to even the score with a username hacker.
Keynote at Intel's China Cup 2010: Internet of Things
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1/24/2011   Post a comment
The CTO for the Embedded and Comms Group offers his take on adding "Wisdom" to the next generation of embedded devices otherwise known as "The Internet of Things."
OpenSynergy brings security to infotainment OS
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1/17/2011   Post a comment
Berlin-based software maker OpenSynergy has announced a new version of its COQOS operating system which targets automotive infotainment applications initially.
Microsoft releases Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 OS to power enterprise handheld devices
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1/11/2011   Post a comment
Windows Embedded Handheld is Microsoft's platform OS solution to power enterprise handheld devices running critical Line-of-Business applications, enable efficient data input, and connect securely to existing enterprise infrastructure. The first release, Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5, includes two new SKUs built on Windows Mobile 6.5 to provide the application compatibility, device security and management capabilities, flexibility, and enterprise support lifecycle needed for enterprise handheld
Windows Embedded POSReady 7 community technology preview (CTP) provides first look at optimized solution for retail and hospitality industry
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1/11/2011   Post a comment
Microsoft has unveiled the community technology preview (CTP) for Windows Embedded POSReady 7. This latest offering from Microsoft’s point-of-service (POS) family is optimized for retail and hospitality solutions. POSReady 7 offers Windows 7 for in-store devices, enabling the move from transaction processing to cutting-edge, attractive POS devices.
Choose the optimal system software for your medical devices
Design How-To  
1/10/2011   1 comment
Deciding whether you need an RTOS, a general-purpose OS, or whether you should “roll your own” depends on the features and functions you require
Rapid development and reusable design for the connected car
Design How-To  
1/10/2011   3 comments
This paper briefly describes some techniques available for meeting the challenges of designing and building a connected in-vehicle system.
Startup offers FAT32 for Android, Linux
Product News  
1/5/2011   2 comments
Tuxera Inc., a provider of computer files systems that are compatible with the Windows operating system, has announced a GPL-compliant FAT32 replacement package for Android- and Linux-based systems.
ARM, NDS team on OTT delivery
News & Analysis  
1/5/2011   3 comments
Digital rights management and conditional access software company NDS Ltd. has announced that it has entered into a partnership with processor IP licensor ARM Holding plc to enable the delivery of content and services to internet-connected TVs using NDS' Infinite TV.


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Glen Chenier
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Larry Desjardin
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