The Linux Foundation's Allseen Alliance has a new member today. Sony has announced that it is joining AllSeen in a bid to bolster its Internet of Things (IoT) presence.
The AllSeen project got started in December of 2013 as an effort to build an open standards based approach to IoT. The big initial core code contribution that started the project is open-source technology first built by Qualcomm, known as the AllJoyn project.
By June of this year, Allseen had already grown to 50 members and now Sony will expand that number further.
Google's sub-$100 'Android One' devices said to be unveiled on September 15
Devices will land in the sub-$100 price range, making them highly desirable in the emerging markets, not limited to Brazil, India, China, and Russia — so-called BRIC nations.
Ubuntu MATE Developer Makes the System Look Like Windows XP
Many users fear the switch to a Linux system because the new interface might seem little to alien for their taste. This problem can be fixed if the Linux operating system uses a similar design with the Windows counterpart and it looks like Ubuntu MATE can do this without a problem.
Camera Pi – How Raspberry Pi can see
Robots provided with autonomous operation capabilities and, particularly, those sporting sense organs similar to the human ones, have always tickled the fancy of science fiction writers and screenwriters.
As always happens, from a certain point in history, even official science has started to deal with the subject, at first with the so-called “strong theses”, whose objective was to reproduce, to substitute, the capabilities that are typical of humans.