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The MarS single board computer offers two headers each with two columns of pin holes. At the heart of the MarS is a dual core Freescale i.MX6 Cortex-A9 with the Vivante GC2000 graphics processor. The board has 1 gigabyte (GB) of RAM and 4 GB of eMMC storage, many screen outputs including LVDS and HDMI, multiple USB 2.0 ports, gigabit LAN, and many other ways to interact through its headers like SPI. With the MarS kit, LVDS is a first class citizen, with a 9.7-inch LVDS multi-touch screen available.
Cloudy upstart Streem is reinventing file sync'n'share by getting rid of the sync. Instead of throwing out everything but the kitchen sink, it’s just throwing out the sync - so to speak.
Read more of this story at Slashdot.
Award winning composer Sam Hulick, famed for his music scores in top tier gaming titles like Mass Effect, has released a set of alternative start-up sounds for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.
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AMD will give the first public demo of its second-generation Opteron X-Series server processor, code-named "Berlin", at the Red Hat Summit in San Francisco on Wednesday.
Fluid Cache for SAN is Dell’s technology to integrate server PCIe flash cards and networked SAN storage. We talked to Bob Fine, director of product marketing at Compellent to find out more about how it works.
Red Hat has announced that a release candidate (RC) of the next version of its flagship enterprise Linux OS has already been distributed to its strategic partners and will be made available to the general public next week.
Oracle has emitted its formal advice about Heartbleed, revealing it has 13 products that need a patch and 14 more “which may be vulnerable”.
Canonical has announced that the latest long-term support release of its Ubuntu Linux distribution will be available in two days.