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Enea adds Linux to OS offering
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3/29/2012   4 comments
Operating system vendor Enea AB (Stockholm, Sweden) announced at the DESIGN West exhibition that it is now supplying Enea Linux together with some complementary technologies.
McAfee talks angry robots and rotten apples at Design West
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3/29/2012   14 comments
McAfee expects mobile threats to continue along the trends set in the PC world, moving from simple monetary gain towards deep privacy loss, corporate espionage and cyber war, according to a company representative
Imperas preps fast models of ARM Cortex-A15 processor
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3/28/2012   1 comment
Imperas, a pioneer of high-level modeling and virtual prototyping, has models of the ARM Cortex-A15 processor in beta and expects them to be available in the first half of 2012. The range of available models, together with Imperas tool and operating system support, is helping platform and software developers debug systems in parallel with SoC design, speeding up and improving system development, the company said.
Design West: Express Logic's ThreadX RTOS supports both symmetric and asymmetric multiprocessing for multicores
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3/24/2012   Post a comment
Express Logic, Inc., has announced that the ThreadX RTOS now is available for multicore systems in both Symmetric Multiprocessing (SMP) or Asymmetric Multiprocessing (AMP) modes.
Micrium, TI launch TCP/IP book with robotics examples
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3/24/2012   4 comments
Real time operating system vendor Micrium has teamed up with Texas Instruments Incorporated to produce a new book based on the uC/TCP-IP network stack and TI's Stellaris EVALBOT robotic evaluation platform.
RIM announces BlackBerry 10 for developers in May
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3/23/2012   3 comments
BlackBerry smartphone maker Research In Motion said it will launch BlackBerry 10 developer tools in beta and will distribute a limited edition developer prototype device at its BlackBerry 10 Jam event in Orlando, Fla., in May.
LynuxWorks’ LynxOS-178 RTOS receives RSC approval from FAA
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3/14/2012   Post a comment
LynuxWorks, Inc. announced it has received its second approval from the Federal Aviation Administration for reusable software components (RSC) for the LynxOS-178 product family.
NFC chip to coordinate multiple NFC secure apps on smartphones
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3/11/2012   Post a comment
STMicroelectronics has unveiled its second-generation Near Field Communications (NFC) controller, the ST21NFCA, claimed to support all NFC use cases. The chip is able to coordinate multiple NFC secure apps stored in several secure locations, such as the SWP-SIM and SWP-microSD Card or Embedded Secure Element.
Military technology offers disruptive route for scaling M2M systems
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3/11/2012   3 comments
Data Distributiono Service, or DDS, is an open, peer-to-peer messaging protocol that uses a publish-subscribe model for communicating.


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