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David Jones
LG Offers Open Source webOS to Spur Development in South Korea
03/21/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 594 Words

Open sourcing webOS will not solve the problem because in order to be successful the OS would need to be at arm's length from the company, and it isn't, he said. "LG, to even get the full benefit themselves, would need...

Jack M. Germain
New Raspberry Pi Packs More Power
03/15/18 10:19 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 963 Words

Its 64-bit 1.4-GHz quad-core Broadcom Arm Cortex A53-architecture processor replaces the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B's 1.2-GHz CPU.

The Gigabit Ethernet boost (over USB) is nearly three times faster than the previous 100-MB speed.

The new processor provides improved heat...

John K. Higgins
Data Storage, Privacy and Metaphysics: SC Weighs Arguments in MS Case
03/13/18 10:29 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1319 Words

... far does the long arm of U.S. law enforcement extend when government agencies seek electronically processed information? The U.S. Supreme Court recently addressed that issue in an intriguing session involving terms that bordered on the metaphysical applied to global electronic connectivity, the...

Jack M. Germain
Deepin Desktop Props Up Pardus Linux
03/08/18 9:44 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1742 Words

The community edition offers downloads for desktop and laptop computers and the Pardus Arm Edition (Raspberry Pi). It has several test versions (presumably beta editions) for KDE in both 64-bit and 32-0bit ISO files.

Also available are test versions for GNOME...

Rob Enderle
The Ironic Weirdness of Apple and Intel vs. Qualcomm
01/29/18 10:48 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1865 Words

Intel, rather than expanding into mobile, now is looking at a future where the major part of its PC sales could be lost to ARM, both on Microsoft and Apple platforms.

This is even more problematic on Windows, because Microsoft currently...

Peter Suciu
Ominous Processor Vulnerabilities Could Put Most Computers at Risk
01/04/18 2:13 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1271 Words

It is not known if Meltdown will affect ARM or AMD processors.

However, almost every system is affected by Spectre. That includes desktops, laptops, cloud servers and even smartphones.

Spectre takes advantage of all modern processors that are capable of keeping...

David Jones
Are Smart TV Designs Taking Home Security for Granted?
02/15/18 10:54 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 933 Words

Further legislative action is needed to protect the integrity of consumer data, according to Consumers Union , the advocacy arm of Consumer Reports .

"Congress needs to pass data security standards for connected products, and federal regulators need to step up...

Richard Adhikari
Account Scoring Tool Helps Companies Home In on Best Targets
02/13/18 7:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 668 Words

"Senior executives in sales and marketing are strategic thinkers, and we arm them with the tools to encode their strategy into the scores," he explained.

Providing a transparent system that shows the underlying math of the scoring system and reasons why...

Richard Adhikari
EHang Shows Off Passenger Drone's Flight Successes
02/10/18 11:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 642 Words

The EHang 184 has eight propellers on four arms, with each arm having one prop above and one below.

Battery Technology
"The power needed to lift and hold a vehicle in the air massively reduces [a drone's] effective flying...

Jack M. Germain
Free Linux Tool Monitors Systems for Meltdown Attacks
01/27/18 11:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 769 Words

A similar design flaw, Spectre, affects AMD and ARM chips. No comprehensive solutions currently are available for either flaw.

Meltdown is a design flaw in all Intel chips produced in the last decade. It creates a vulnerability that puts Linux, Windows and...

David Jones
Intel Reports Progress on Patch-Related Performance Issues
01/25/18 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 735 Words

Intel has been working with other manufacturers, including AMD, ARM and Qualcomm, to find an industry-wide solution.

Cautious Optimism
Intel's announcement is a sign that the company expects to be able to resolve the crisis, said Kevin Krewell, principal analyst...

Denis Pombriant
Salesforce's Triangulation Strategy
01/24/18 2:45 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 823 Words

As a competitive issue, Salesforce's choice of Amazon is a direct challenge to Oracle , because it offers a safe haven, which enables Salesforce to diversify its partner portfolio while keeping Oracle and Microsoft at arm's length. Given the rumors of...

Kristen Hanich
IoT and 5G: New Revenues, Use Cases, Value-added Services
01/08/18 3:11 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 761 Words

A surgeon can control a robotic arm remotely to perform surgical tasks while watching a magnified live feed captured via video camera in the operating room. This use case requires not only high throughput to support high-quality video feeds, but also ultra-low latency...

Jack M. Germain
Suse Linux Enterprise 12 Says Hello to ARM
07/17/15 3:35 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 789 Words

Suse Linux this week announced a partnership to extend support for 64-bit ARM server processors. The goal is to give Suse Linux Enterprise 12 users greater flexibility and cost efficiencies with respect to their infrastructures. This expansion makes available to seven partners a...

Richard Adhikari
Windows May Get an ARM Twist
12/22/10 11:50 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 825 Words

Microsoft may unveil a version of its Windows operating system that runs on the ARM chip platform at the Consumer Electronics Show to be held in Las Vegas in Jan., according to Bloomberg. The report cited two unnamed sources who said the software...

Erika Morphy
Rumored Acquisition Would Require Some Serious ARM-Twisting
04/23/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 592 Words

... rumor that Apple is in talks to acquire embedded chip designer ARM has been gaining steam this week. The talk was tempered -- but only a little -- after ARM CEO Warren East told reporters there was no truth to it. The...

Jennifer LeClaire
Bionic Arm Enables Neurological Control
09/15/06 11:34 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 798 Words

The RIC introduced Claudia Mitchell on Thursday, the first woman to be successfully fit with its original bionic arm technology . Three men were previously fitted with the bionic arm that weighs about six pounds and costs between US$60,000 and $75,000.


Kirk L. Kroeker
ARM Joins Consumer Electronics Linux Forum
10/29/03 9:59 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 607 Words

ARM joins other high-profile members, including Motorola , NEC, Samsung, ST and Texas Instruments, plus founding members Matsushita and Sony . Membership in the CELF coincides with work ARM already has undertaken to develop and use embedded Linux on its microprocessors.


Richard Adhikari
ARM Targets Intel's Linux Zone
09/18/09 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 619 Words

... the latest phase of its battle with Intel for the notebook and netbook markets, ARM has unveiled two new 2GHz capable Cortex-A9 dual core processor implementation. These give silicon manufacturers a way to develop high-performance, low-power Cortex-A9 processor-based devices, ARM said.


Richard Adhikari
FDA Gives Thumbs-Up to 'Luke' Prosthetic Arm
05/12/14 3:48 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 636 Words

... United States Food and Drug Administration has approved the marketing of a prosthetic arm nicknamed "Luke" in a nod to the bionic hand grafted onto Star Wars hero Luke Skywalker after his was cut off by Darth Vader's light saber. The arm,...

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