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Mar
3rd

Infographic: Internet of Things Generates ROI for Many, But Roadblocks Remain

Author: Linux.com - All Content | Files under syndicated

In the latest survey by Tech Pro Research, 68% of enterprise IoT users reported at least some return on investment.


Mar
2nd

8 IoT Operating Systems Powering the Future

Author: InformationWeek | Files under syndicated

Unlike PCs and mobile devices, there’s a wide variety of commercial and open source operating systems powering the IoT. Here are eight leading contenders and the best use-cases for them.


Mar
2nd

IoT Can Be Hard, But Red Hat and Eurotech Are Teaming Up to Make It Easier

Author: PCWorld | Files under syndicated

Through a new partnership, they’re building an end-to-end architecture to simplify integration. Italy-based Eurotech offers machine-to-machine platforms and other IoT products. Red Hat plans to combine its open-source Red Hat Enterprise Linux and …


Mar
1st

Viper, the Python IoT Development Suite, Is Now Zerynth

Author: Linux.com - All Content | Files under syndicated

The startup that launched the tools to develop embedded solutions in Python language announced the brand change along with the first official release. Exactly one year after the Kickstarter launch of the suite for developing Internet of Things solution…


Feb
29th

LinuxLink 5.0 Adds Full Yocto Project Compatibility

Author: LinuxGizmos | Files under syndicated

Timesys released v5.0 of its LinuxLink embedded Linux distribution, adding full Yocto Project compatibility backed by a “Bakery” setup wizard. In recent years, Timesys has aligned its LinuxLink platform with Yocto Project code. Now, LinuxLink 5.0 promises full compatibility, bringing it in line with other major embedded distros. The company…


Feb
25th

New ARM and x86 Chips Line Up for IoT Duty

Author: Eric Brown | Files under syndicated

With the Mobile World Congress and Embedded World shows aligning this week, new processors have been popping up left and right. In this article, I’ll look at several that address the growing market for the Internet of Things (IoT), where modest power consumption and size are the winning tickets.

The biggest story for IoT was ARM’s announcement of its low-power Cortex-A32 processor, the first ARMv8 CPU designed specifically for 32-bit embedded devices. That includes wearables — a market targeted by Qualcomm earlier this month with its Android Wear-directed Snapdragon Wear 2100.


Feb
25th

Sony Brings Support for Open Xperia Devices in Linux Kernel

Author: Softpedia | Files under syndicated

Sony is trying to convince the community that their open Xperia devices can be used in a number of interesting ways, and they are adding support for them in the mainline Linux kernel. 


Feb
23rd

Acecard – One of Today’s Most Dangerous Android Trojans

Author: Softpedia | Files under syndicated

Acecard evolved from a simple information stealer to the most sophisticated Android banking trojan ever seen. The Android malware scene has a new top threat if we are to believe the security researchers from Kaspersky Lab, who identified during the pas…


Feb
23rd

ARM’s Cortex A32 is a Tiny CPU for Wearables and Raspberry Pi-Like Boards

Author: ArsTechnica | Files under syndicated

ARM’s Cortex CPU core designs are widely used by all kinds of chipmakers who don’t want to create their own ARM CPU designs from scratch, so it’s important to pay attention when the company announces a new one. The ones we see the most often around here are the mainstream 64-bit cores for smartphones and tablets—the high-end Cortex A72 and A57 and the mid-end Cortex A53—but ARM produces a variety of smaller designs for ultra-low-power and embedded applications, too.


Feb
19th

Canonical and Samsung Forge Partnership, Ubuntu Core to Power Artik Hardware

Author: Softpedia | Files under syndicated

Snappy Ubuntu Core will power IoT hardware from Samsung. Canonical and Samsung have announced a partnership to bring the power of Snappy Ubuntu Core to the Artik embedded hardware solutions from Samsung.