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posted in October 2010
The Intel Atom processor E6xx series Hands on Event
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10/29/2010   1 comment
A free multi-city event offers the opportunity to learn about Intel’s next-generation Intel Atom processor products for embedded designs.
ARM TechCon Teardown Smackdown: Dell Streak vs. The Archos 7
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10/26/2010   11 comments
The promo for this ARM TechCon event is actually a bit misleading: “Which tablet PC will come out on top? Watch as EE Times Editors Brian Fuller and Patrick Mannion dissect the inner workings of the devices and explore which is the strongest contender, based on speed, power consumption, display, features and functionality.”
Wind River Linux 4 platform supports newly released kernel 2.6.34+
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10/19/2010   Post a comment
Wind River Linux 4 is Wind River's fourth-generation commercial embedded Linux platform. Linux 4 is based on the recently released Linux 2.6.34+ kernel, cross-compiling toolchains GCC 4.4, EGLIBC 2.11, and GDB 7. The new platform supports ARM, Intel, MIPS, and Power architectures.
Mentor offers UI maker for Android
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10/14/2010   5 comments
EDA and embedded software vendor Mentor Graphics Corp. has announced the availability of user interface development kit for the Android operating system comprising graphics and user interface creation tool.
ESC Boston and embedded's #1 problem
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10/13/2010   Post a comment
"Embedded" has somehow evolved to a dirty word, or at least a boring one, getting associated with many vital, but "boring" machines that just don't generate excitement.
Security concerns prompt India OS initiative
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10/11/2010   23 comments
National security concerns have prompted the Indian government to proceed with plans to develop its own operating system.
Fujitsu enables Fast-Boot Linux solutions for automotive applications
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10/9/2010   Post a comment
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe has implemented a new Linux Fast-boot technology in its Jade family of SoC's, the MB86R0x-SoC devices. The technology was developed to meet the requirement for faster boot times in Linux-based automotive applications. Based on a standard Linux kernel, the technology enables developers to take advantage of the quick innovation cycles of the Linux operating system.
IDF 2010 highlights
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10/7/2010   Post a comment
Intel's Eric Mantion offers up a plethora of "wow"-inspiring highlights from the recent Intel Developer Forum.
4M ports LTE stack to Tensilica, Blue Wonder
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10/7/2010   Post a comment
4M Wireless has completed the port of its PS100 LTE protocol stack to the ConnX Atlas 3GPP LTE reference architecture from Tensilica and the LTE system platform from Blue Wonder Communications.


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