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ESC Chicago: Android source code licensing issues
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Source code licensing is always an interesting topic so in their own words TI's Jason Kridner and Mentor's Stephen Olsen explain the ins and outs of source code licensing with Android.
ESC Chicago: Why choose Android?
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Stephen Olsen of Mentor Graphics and Jason Kridner of Texas Instruments explain what's so good about Android and why developers should seriously consider using it for their Linux-based applications.
ESC Chicago: When not to choose Android
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Jason Kridner of Texas Instruments and Stephen Olsen of Mentor Graphics explain under what conditions a developer might not choose to opt for Androi.
ESC Chicago: Android development 'gotchas'
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Mentor's Stephen Olsen took a minute after his panel on Android at ESC Chicago to explain some of the 'gotchas' developers may run into when using Android. Hint: Stick with the SDK!
ESC Chicago: Android Vs. MeeGo for Linux
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Jason Kridner of TI helps developers decide between Android or MeeGo for applications sitting on top of a Linux platform. Both distributions have their respective advantages, but the choice depends on your performance needs and GUI knowledge.
IMEC demos low power RF
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Guido Dolman, a principal researcher at Imec in Belgium, demos an RF design that can transmit up to 1,024 Kbits/s over five meters at less than 1 milliwatt.


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