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2009-08-03 Serial-to-Ethernet bridge using MCF51CN Family and FreeRTOS
This application note describes a serial-to-Ethernet bridge using the MCF51CN128, the open-source RTOS FreeRTOS v5.3.0 and the TCP/IP stack LwIP v1.3.0.
2014-06-10 Samsung joins medical, fitness wearables race
Samsung gave a preview of a multi-function bracelet that is meant to accommodate a wide array of fitness and medical sensors. The Simband platform integrates Imec's sensing technologies to measure ECGs, bio-impedance, skin temperature, acceleration, and more.
2008-04-25 Running Demo via ddd on the DVEVM
This application report outlines the steps for running the encode/decode demo that ships with the digital video evaluation module via the ddd debugger application.
2009-11-13 Royalty-free codecs enable low-cost HD VoIP
Broadcom is driving a cost effective transition to HD VoIP applications by making its codecs available for free.
2010-07-26 Rackspace, NASA share technology for OpenStack initiative
Rackspace recently donated code that powers its Cloud Files and Cloud Servers to the OpenStack project, an open-source cloud platform designed to fast-track technology standards and cloud interoperability. The project will also use technology from the NASA Nebula Cloud Platform
2011-05-16 Protecode releases license management tool
Protecode released the Developer Assistant, its solution for real-time management of open source licensing and copyrights.
2015-03-27 Panasonic and IoT: Existing technologies and beyond
Describing the 747 as one of its crowning IoT achievements, Todd Rytting justifies how the company claims to be an IoT leader in connected business-to-business solutions and client applications.
2005-07-01 OS helps developers get to market on time
Off-the-shelf software is more than merely providing code--it's helping harried developers get to market on time.
2009-05-05 Opinion: What's next for Nokia?
The recently concluded Nokia Developer Summit did not answer many big questions, but it raised a few. The biggest is: What's next for Nokia? And, almost as big, among all of its competitors, who should Nokia be most worried about?
2009-03-02 Opinion: Android won't be stuck in handsets
Don't' look now but signs point to Google's Android winding up in netbooks, digital picture frames and a host of embedded devices as a friendly, app-rich face for Linux.
2006-11-20 Object database touts performance leap
db4o, an open-source object-oriented database that targets embedded applications, is claiming a significant performance gain and reduced memory consumption in a new release.
2007-09-14 Novell-Microsoft Linux lab begins operation
Despite the controversies that erupted over their announced partnership, Microsoft and Novell announced that their joint interoperability lab is not open for business
2009-05-04 Nokia plays catch-up with Apple
As they battle for developers' mindshare in the mobile handset space, Nokia Corp. and Symbian Foundation find themselves between a rock and a hard place.
2008-10-22 Nokia details plans to take Symbian to 'next level'
Since Nokia Corp. acquired Symbian and announced plans to offer S60 and Symbian OS for free to the open source community, the method of handset giant's transition has remained largely unclear.
2008-12-16 New era in embedded designs dawns
This article discusses four principle licensing models used by FPGA vendors for soft microprocessors and MCUs.
2007-07-31 NEC unrolls fault-tolerant server using Xeon chips
NEC Corp. has launched the latest NEC Express5800/ft series fault-tolerant server featuring up to two quad-core Intel Xeon processors.
2010-08-09 National Instruments hosts graphical system design meet
National Instruments held its annual US conference last August 3 to 5. More than 3,000 engineers, scientists and educators attended the event.
2008-02-26 Microsoft makes openness pledge?
Microsoft opens its software a bit more to the rest of the world? There's more than meets the eye going on.
2007-10-29 Microsoft bows to EU rulingwill Linux now rise?
The European Union said that Microsoft is now in compliance with its antitrust rulingspaving the way for greater use of open source OS like Linux in the workgroup server market. Will such open-source systems make significant progress now?
2016-04-18 Micron ventures into data centre flash storage market
Micron Technology unveiled plans to step into the data centre storage fray with a set of flash-based storage devices that reduce power consumption while speeding up the process of data retrieval over classic mechanical drives.
2010-12-07 Mentor, RIM acquire embedded software assets
Mentor bought some of the assets of GNU-based tools and services provider CodeSourcery, while RIM has purchased The Astonishing Tribe to beef up its user interface and embedded software teams.
2008-09-16 Mentor, Cadence hoist verification to a new stature
Mentor and Cadence have announced the release of the latest version of the open-source Open Verification Methodology.
2011-06-01 Linaro, Samsung partner for mobile platform
Linaro and Samsung Electronics has joined together to work on the Origen development board, an open source mobile platform that uses the Exynos 4210 chipset.
2008-02-14 LiMo Foundation debuts Linux handsets
Members of the LiMo Foundation unveiled the first of their Linux-based mobile handsets at this week's Mobile World Congress, a move that could steal the thunder from Google's Android handsets, which are also making their debut in reference designs at the conference.
2003-01-27 Japan-based manufacturers back off proprietary OSs
Consumer electronics manufacturers in Japan are backing away from efforts to push proprietary OSs into wider use and are turning instead to open-source OSs, specifically Linux.
2016-05-18 IoT gets industry's first sensor-to-cloud hardware platform
The mangOHTM Green Open Hardware IoT Platform is the industry's first complete sensor-to-cloud platform, allowing developers to test and prototype ideas and take IoT solutions to market within weeks
2008-09-01 Internet transforms CE into computing devices
Forget Atom. Forget Android. To see the future of computing, look to the Adobe Open Screen Project, an ambitious effort to bring full-featured Internet experience to devices ranging from TVs to mobile handsets. Should the project achieve its aims, it will radically alter CE devices and our relationships with them
2009-05-18 Intel, Novell partner to boost Moblin adoption
Intel Corp. and Novell Inc. have agreed to closely collaborate and encourage OEMs and ODMs to adopt Moblin, an optimized open source Linux software platform for enabling rich Internet experiences on Intel Atom processor-based netbooks and other mobile systems.
2011-02-22 Intel scouts for new MeeGo allies
With former ally Nokia having switched allegiance to Microsoft's Windows OS, Intel is now looking for new friends for its MeeGo project.
2005-11-14 Industry group forms to consolidate Linux patents
A group of tech giants linked up on Thursday to promote Linux globally, with the unveiling of a new company called the Open Invention Network (OIN
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