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EMAC, Inc.; a leader in compact low power single board computer design and manufacturing has created the iPAC-9X25. Made in the USA this industrial strength ARM embedded single
EE Live! kicks off tomorrow on 1 April 2014. Here's what one editor is looking for while wandering the...
Mentor Graphics announces improvements to and the re-branding of its well-known Expedition line of printed...
Nick MacKechnie-Stuck somewhere between family life and IT...
Hi All, Thanks so much for all of your support, feedback and interactions since 2002 - It's...
From the ultra-small 3D transistors described in papers at this month’s International Electron Devices...
How to use LinSched / (Consumerization: BYOD)
Hello everyone. I will try to explain my question the best way i can, however my lack of knowledge on the subject-which is the reason for this thread- may make things confusing.I am currently working on a project for a class, which requires me to "mess around" with linux scheduler. ......
Blog Post: Open source development fuels the future of innovation / (TI E2E Community)
Nearly every piece of modern electronics consists of two basic components: Hardware, the physical devices like TI chips, and software, the programs and procedures running through the hardware. The language software speaks, called source code, can be written by a single programmer or a team of programmers at a company. It...
Cisco, Microsoft, VMware, and other tech giants unite behind critical open-source projects / (Linux and Open Source)
In the wake of the Heartbleed OpenSSL security disaster, The Linux Foundation has brought together both open-source supporters and companies better known for proprietary software to fund mission-critical open-source projects....
ARM has decided to shift from using its in-house compiler technology to the open-source combination of Clang and LLVM....
An inside look at security, software education and open source in embedded systems. Disclosure: I have been but am now an “on-hiatus” associate of the Barr Group, having done
The automotive industry's activities for Linux and low-power technologies may seem to be independent topics; in practice, however, these two topics are deeply connected. Operating
New technologies, including Android, Power-over-Ethernet and HTML 5 are driving exciting new opportunities for digital signage applications.
Business benefits have been constrained by the complexity of producing real-world applications, but this will change once operators and device manufacturers are freed to focus on their value-add.
While significant effort is put into designing custom hardware architecture, it is equally important that developers have a highly complementary toolchain that leverages the unique properties and capabilities of the end device.
Through the Android Open Accessory Initiative, USB interconnection can support the control of external hardware via Android platforms.
From in-vehicle infotainment systems and advanced driver-assistance systems (and the standards that support them) to the self-driving car, embedded automotive systems never looked so cool.
Is HTML5 the right answer for the rabid consumer’s taste for car tech, while still giving the auto manufacturer the safety and security they’re required to offer by law?
New standards provide a low-latency dedicated pipe for real-time voice and video applications that may lead to the development of a V.VoIP super-app.
Application providers need to step up and begin building in sufficient security for mobile devices, including vulnerability mitigation, re-evaluation of trust and incorporation of secure authentication channels.
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Compatible Operating Systems: Linux Supported Architectures: ARM Made in the USA; the SoM-9X25 is based on the Atmel AT91SAM9X25 processor. This ARM9 core processor provides Dual