Intel began sampling the Altera Stratix 10, a 14nm SoC that combines 4x Cortex-A53 cores with a Stratix V level FPGA, while using 70 percent less power.
Altera first announced the Stratix 10 SX back in 2013, but the SoC has been delayed, and has only begun sampling now. Along with the challenge of building the first 14nm FPGA, fabricated with Intel’s 14nm 3D Tri-Gate process, the rollout was also likely set back due to Intel’s recent acquisition of the chipmaker. Intel now says the SoC demonstrates “the most significant FPGA innovations in over a decade.”
We’ve had quite a few good games coming through to the Tizen Store lately and the latest addition isn’t any different. The new racing game is called Indian Racing League, brought to you by Games2Win, and promises to be one of the best racing games out there!
Are you ready to drive heavy trucks? If you’re not then you can try getting yourself prepared by driving playing the game Truck Racing 3D! Racing Games Saga have now ported over their best truck racing game “Truck Racing 3D” to the Tizen store. Truck Racing 3D has already been available in the Play Store and has achieved over 50,000 downloads there, which is quite a good feat.
If you deal with a lot of documents every day storing them on different cloud storage services, like Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, and others, you might find ONLYOFFICE a very useful tool as it allows you to connect all your accounts, edit and even collaborate on your documents with others using the web-based document editors.
Acrosser’s “AMB-A55ET1” Mini-ITX SBC taps AMD’s dual-core, 1.65GHz G-Series T56N, and offers dual mini-PCIe, dual SATA, and 8x USB ports.
Tom Hacohen of Samsung's Open-Source Group is presenting at this week's Embedded Linux Conference about Enlightenment's EFL as a UI toolkit for the embedded world.
For those that haven't ventured deeply into the capabilities of Enlightenment and its Enlightenment Foundation Libraries (EFL), it's a fun presentation for showing off the capabilities in an area otherwise so dominated by Qt and GTK. As a note of disclosure for those that don't know, Samsung's Open-Source Group does employ a number of the key Enlightenment developers.
Samsung Electronics said Tuesday that it is ending production of Galaxy Note 7 smartphones permanently, a day after it halted global sales of the star-crossed devices.
The South Korean company said in a regulatory filing that it decided to stop manufacturing Note 7s for the sake of consumer safety.
Samsung is struggling to regain consumer trust after a first round of recalls that prompted criticism both for the faulty devices and for the company's handling of the problem.
After the earlier recall, the company said it had identified a manufacturing defect in the batteries of its top-of-the-line smartphone.
It started shipping new Note 7 phones that were supposed to be safer. But reports that even the replacements were catching fire led Samsung to announce it was stopping sales of the devices.
Eurotech released v4.0 of its ESF IoT framework, adding multi-cloud support, and it spun a new ReliaGate 20-25 gateway with Yocto instead of Red Hat.
Eurotech’s commercial Everyware Software Framework (ESF) was one of the first IoT frameworks to tie together device, gateway, and cloud components. It formed the basis for the open source Eclipse Kura project. Now, the company has released version 4.0 of this open source Java/OSGi middleware, which is based on Kura. The updated framework allows a single gateway to be simultaneously connected to multiple cloud platforms.
Not satisfied with developing high-quality displays for smartphones, wearables and smart TVs, Samsung has introduced its latest Tizen-powered gadget and it is Smart Signage. The Korean tech giant today announced the launch of its P-series standalone Smart signage made up of PHF and PMF, both with premium displays . The uniqueness of the signage goes further with details of the device running on the Tizen operating system.
I was a bookkeeper for many years. Long ago, I had to hand-enter all data to a paper spreadsheet with a pencil.
When my clients started getting computers, I was fascinated by everything about these amazing tools: the hardware, the software, how customizable it all was. In my spare time, I started taking occasional computer-related classes at my local community college, and doing many IT-related tasks for my clients, in addition to the bookkeeping I was already doing for them.
In 1995, I met the man who became my husband. He got a personal computer that same year, and happily allowed me to become our home IT expert.