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posted in June 2012
Linux base station platform for next generation radio access networks
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6/21/2012   Post a comment
Enea has launched a Linux Base Station Platform targeting multi-standard Radio Access Networks based on Freescale's next generation multi-core processors.
RTOS extensions enable embedded apps on multicores
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6/20/2012   Post a comment
Green Hills Software is enabling automotive manufacturers to securely run multiple embedded applications on a single multicore processor by virtue of its new extensions to its Integrity real-time operating system (RTOS).
Zzzz…Microsoft 'Surface' tablet for the U.S. market is a yawn
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6/20/2012   32 comments
As I see a lot of ink spilt in the media over Microsoft’s upcoming tablet dubbed “Surface,” I can’t help but wonder where on earth Microsoft plans to sell this product.
First look: TI shows off Win RT on Toshiba tablet
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6/14/2012   6 comments
TI has shown off a full working model of Toshiba's upcoming Windows RT tablet, running on its Omap 4470 chip. With support for DX9 and using Imagination Technologies' latest and greatest 3D graphics core, the tablet appears to run very smoothly.
LynxSecure Hypervisor 5.1 increases endpoint and server protection
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6/13/2012   Post a comment
LynxSecure 5.1 from LynuxWorks, Inc., now combines security with functionality.
Sharpen your pencils for 2013 software exam
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6/12/2012   11 comments
The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying will offer its first Principles and Practice of Engineering exam in software engineering in April.
Apple’s iOS 6 confirmed by a banner
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6/9/2012   4 comments
An Instagramed photo taken today in San Francisco confirms one of the many rumors circling Apple’s WWDC next week-- that iOS 6 will be announced.
TI adds support for Android 4.0 to Sitara ARM processors
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6/8/2012   Post a comment
A new software development kit (SDK) from Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) brings Android 4.0 to TI’s Sitara AM335x and AM37x ARM-Cortex-A8 processors.
Freescale shows sensor "black-box" for Win8
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6/5/2012   4 comments
Freescale Semiconductor is readying itself for the official launch of Windows 8 with a 12-axis sensor development reference platform it is dubbing a “black-box” of sensor integration.


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