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posted in March 2013
Android notebook's time may be close
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3/22/2013   7 comments
Google might score a coup de grace against Microsoft’s Windows with an Android notebook and stave off Mozilla with a Chrome OS handset.
China to build standard OS around Ubuntu
Design How-To  
3/22/2013   14 comments
China has selected Ubuntu from Canonical to be the basis for standard operating systems for use in China.
Toshiba operating system is designed to save power
Design How-To  
3/22/2013   1 comment
Japanese chip giant has presented details of a low-power operating system for applications in digital consumer and automotive electronics optimized for low power consumption.
Mentor Graphics empowers 32-bit MCU development with Nucleus SmartFit binary RTOS
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3/20/2013   Post a comment
Mentor Graphics' Nucleus SmartFit is a cost-effective, binary version of the Nucleus RTOS optimized to fit the limited internal memory of 32-bit MCUs.
Nvidia's road to Denver still in the shadows
Blog  
3/20/2013   7 comments
Details about the first chip to emerge from Nvidia's Project Denver show how little we know about what will happen next in client computing.
Yoshida in China: Beijing's misguided Android worry
Blog  
3/6/2013   12 comments
China's government agency harbors deep uneasiness about its nation's industry becoming too dependent on the Android operating system, controlled by Google.
Embedded wireless device server speeds serial-to-Wi-Fi connectivity
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3/5/2013   Post a comment
Lantronix has launched the xPico Wi-Fi module, a 24x16.5mm embedded wireless device server designed for easy and fast serial-to-Wi-Fi connectivity.
Atmel adds support for Cortex-A5 MCUs
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3/4/2013   Post a comment
Atmel has added Qt from TimeSys and ThreadX from ExpressLogic to the available support for its family of Cortex-A5 based embedded processors.


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Rich Quinnell
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