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Official guide detailing how to port Sailfish OS to Android devices
This is a guide to help you understand how you can port Sailfish OS to devices running the CyanogenMod flavour of Android. [...] By following this guide you can set up a Mer-core based Linux system that will run on an Android device, on top of the existing Android Hardware Adaptation kernel and (...)
[OSNews]

Google getting ready to distribute Project Ara dev boards
Google's Project Ara is such a drastic departure from the hardware designs that make up mainstream smartphones that it's pretty impressive to see just how swiftly progress is moving forward on the effort. From the earliest announcement back in the fall of last year, we've moved on to developer (...)
[OSNews]

MorphOS 3.6 released
This new version can now utilize the built-in Wi-Fi hardware in all Apple systems that feature Broadcom's BCM43 chipset. In addition, MorphOS further extends its support of graphics chipsets to include AMD's R400 series by adding compatibility with Radeon X800 XT/Pro and FireGL X3 cards. (...)
[OSNews]

Inside Shenzhen: China's Silicon Valley
Just 30 years ago this Pearl River Delta megacity was a mere fishing village. Now home to up to 15 million people it hopes to become a tech nirvana for the world's hardware startups In pictures: Shenzhen's Huaqiangbei mega market Continue (...)
[The Guardian]

E3 2014: Sony hits with Uncharted 4, GTA 5 and Grim Fandango
Combining the nostalgia of Grim fandango, exclusives like No Mans Sky and Uncharted 4, and details of new hardware and services, Sony restated its growing confidence in PlayStation 4 and beyond Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

OnePlus One review
Interesting and detailed review of the OnePlus One by AndroidCentral, but this paragraph stood out to me: Even with all of the right decisions made here, this isn't revolutionary hardware design. There's no two-tone camera flash, fingerprint scanner, ultra-high resolution display, (...)
[OSNews]

Datavail Named an American Business Award Finalist
June 4, 2014 — Datavail , a national leader in database managed services and support, has been named a 2014 American Business Award finalist in the website category for computer hardware, services and software. Datavail will receive a gold, silver or bronze Stevie® Award when the winners are (...)
[WebWire Computer networks]

Datavail Named an American Business Award Finalist
June 4, 2014 — Datavail , a national leader in database managed services and support, has been named a 2014 American Business Award finalist in the website category for computer hardware, services and software. Datavail will receive a gold, silver or bronze Stevie® Award when the winners are (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

WWDC 2014: five key points from Apple's address
In the absence of any big hardware announcements, Tim Cook's biggest news on Monday was iOS 8, due in the autumnApple previews iOS 8 at WWDC 2014Follow WWDC 2014 as it happened Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

Security: Computer scientists develop tool to make the Internet of Things safer
Computer scientists have developed a tool that allows hardware designers and system builders to test security -- a first for the field. There is a big push to create the so-called Internet of Things, where all devices are connected and communicate with one another. As a result, embedded systems (...)
[Science daily]

New technologies making it easier to protect threatened species
Online databases, smart phone apps, crowd sourcing and new hardware devices are making it easier to collect data on species. When combined with data on land-use change and the species observations of millions of amateur citizen scientists, technology is increasingly allowing scientists and (...)
[Science daily]

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