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posted in September 2011
Imagination offers devboard for Meta core
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9/30/2011   4 comments
Multimedia processor core licensor Imagination Technologies has announced the introduction to the market place of Minimorph, a development system for the company's Meta processor core.
Dick Tracy uber-watch tipped for ARM TechCon launch
News & Analysis  
9/29/2011   21 comments
I'm Watch, is a Dick Tracy style watch for the 'app' generation that is being tipped to launch at ARM TechCon, which takes place Oct. 25 to 27 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Silicon Valley.
MeeGo gone: Intel drops OS in favor of Tizen
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9/28/2011   21 comments
Chip giant Intel has decided to drop its MeeGo mobile operating system in favor of the Tizen project announced by two Linux-oriented non-profit groups, the LiMo Foundation and the Linux Foundation.
Linux groups launch Tizen to fight Android
News & Analysis  
9/28/2011   28 comments
Two Linux oriented non-profit groups, The LiMo Foundation and The Linux Foundation which include a number of high profile supporters, have announced an open-source project called Tizen, intended to develop a mobile device software platform based on the Linux operating system.
NXP offers free emWin graphics with ARM MCUs
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9/27/2011   5 comments
NXP Semiconductors NV has said it will provide the emWin graphic software library and graphical user interface (GUI) for free with its ARM-based microcontrollers.
Wind River helps Leadcore run Android on ARM
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9/27/2011   6 comments
Embedded and mobile software company Wind River Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of chip giant Intel Corp., has teamed up with China's Leadcore Technology Co. Ltd. to develop an ARM-based system-on-chip platform for Android smartphones.
Green Hills updates Platform for Trusted Mobile Devices and INTEGRITY Multivisor
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9/21/2011   Post a comment
Green Hills Software has announced updates to its Platform for Trusted Mobile Devices and its mobile hypervisor, the INTEGRITY Multivisor.
Automotive multimedia concept embraces Android, tablet computer
News & Analysis  
9/17/2011   2 comments
Ingredients such as cloud computing, tablet computer hardware and open-source operating systems today are ubiquitous in the consumer corner of the IT world. Now IT services provider Tieto is about to bring all these ingredients into the automotive environment.
Keep medical devices secure with embedded platforms that support TPM 1.2
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9/14/2011   Post a comment
With the Trusted Computing Group’s TMP 1.2 security module, a system can be made to behave consistently.
In-vehicle infotainment evolves for safe, efficient connectivity on wheels
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9/12/2011   Post a comment
The groundwork is being done to enable highly integrated transportation systems that seamlessly communicate with individual vehicles and the transportation infrastructure.
Client hosting takes virtualization mobile
Special Report  
9/12/2011   3 comments
Client-hosted virtualization runs programs that are synced with a binary server image but that execute on the mobile platform, untethering mobile users.
Kontron adopts ARM across the board
News & Analysis  
9/8/2011   7 comments
Kontron AG, a leading supplier of board-level subsystems, has said it plans to introduce a broad range of boards, single-board computers, tablets and industrial PC units based on the ARM architecture.
The future of cloud computing - Part 1: Recent history
Design How-To  
9/5/2011   5 comments
Part 1 of an excerpt from the book "Digital Forensics for Network, Internet, and Cloud Computing" reviews the recent history of cloud computing, including virtualization, what drives the cloud, private vs. public cloud computing, and the likely dominant players.


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