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Linux to add support for ARM Architectures

Linus Torvalds in an official statement has revealed that Linux Kernel will support ARM architectures in the future. This is a great news for developers and users alike, because it will ...
by Varun RajDecember 14, 20128

PengPod reaches crowdfunding target for ‘true Linux tablets and miniPCs’

In less than a month, Peacock Imports have reached their goal of raising $49,000. Now they are scheduled to start shipping their first 7-inch and 10-inch tablets once January 2013 ...
by David GonzalesDecember 3, 20125

Nokia categorically denies Android smartphone rumors sparked by job ad

Remember the recently posted Nokia job ad on LinkedIn titled "Principal Software Engineer, Embedded Linux Middleware"? It sparked rumors that Nokia might be building its very own ...
by David GonzalesDecember 3, 20126

Nokia Android / Linux mobile devices in the works, job ad reveals

A few years ago Nokia decided to go with Microsoft (exclusively) and ignore Google, when realizing that its aging Symbian OS will not be resurrected in time to adapt to the smartphone ...
by Chris SmithNovember 30, 201226
 
 

PengPod700: dual-booting Android and Linux on a $100 7-inch tablet

There are plenty of low-budget Android tablets out there, and we’ve showed you a fair share of them over the time. Peacock Imports wants to deliver a cheap Android tablet with a twist. ...
by Bogdan PetrovanNovember 10, 2012

Traditional x86 chip builder AMD to start making ARM processors

In the old days (of like 24 hours ago) companies like Samsung, Qualcomm and Texas Instruments made ARM chips, while Intel and AMD made x86 based CPUs. Simple. Well not any more. AMD ...
by Gary SimsOctober 31, 20122

Ubuntu installer for Nexus 7 will make it easy to run Linux on your tablet

Canonical has released a tool to help users and developers easily install a full version of Ubuntu on the Nexus 7. The only prerequisite is to have an unlocked bootloader, but, if ...
by Bogdan PetrovanOctober 27, 20129

Ubuntu Linux finds its way to the ARM-based Samsung Chromebook

Coming by way of a "Hack your Chromebook" night at Google, Olaf Johansson, a Googler, managed to get Ubuntu Linux installed and running on his ARM-based Samsung Chromebook.
by Robert NelsonOctober 23, 20122

Linux and cars combine for an awesome futuristic combo

Marty Mcfly was supposed to have gone to the future and seen flying cars. It's 2012, and we're just now talking about open-source OS running the apps in our GPS-signal locked driverless ...
by nathanSeptember 24, 20121

Intel starts Clover Trail club, no Linux allowed

With the announcement of Clover Trail, Intel has announced that the new chip set will not support Linux. This, sadly, also means no Android as Android is based on Linux. Because of some ...
by Joe HindySeptember 17, 20122
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