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Data jams as net hardware bug bites
Data traffic jams are being forecast as some older networking hardware is caught out by the growth of the net.
[BBC News]

NBAD first to select new NCR branch transformation technology in the Middle East
The National Bank of Abu Dhabi ( NBAD ), UAE's premier bank, is the first financial institution in the Middle East to select NCR SelfServ 91, a new hardware platform that will help NBAD transform its branches and extend its retail banking footprint. As the latest in branch banking (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

NBAD first to select new NCR branch transformation technology in the Middle East
The National Bank of Abu Dhabi ( NBAD ), UAE's premier bank, is the first financial institution in the Middle East to select NCR SelfServ 91, a new hardware platform that will help NBAD transform its branches and extend its retail banking footprint. As the latest in branch banking (...)
[WebWire Electronic Internet commerce]

Wearables tracked with Raspberry Pi
People who use wearable gadgets to monitor their health or activity can be tracked with only $70 (£40) of hardware, research suggests.
[BBC]

Wearables tracked with Raspberry Pi
People who use wearable gadgets to monitor their health or activity can be tracked with only $70 (£40) of hardware, research suggests.
[BBC News]

BlackBerry Passport first look
Phone Arena has a short video up in which the BlackBerry Passport gets introduced. The unique hardware keyboard whose entire surface is also a touchpad gets demonstrated. Typical of a BlackBerry, the Passport employs a portrait style QWERTY keyboard. However, this time around, they've minimized (...)
[OSNews]

Reinventing biology labs by turning smartphones into microscopes
With nothing more than a smartphone and less than $10 of trinkets and hardware supplies, students can build their own microscopes. The DIY microscopes can magnify samples up to 175 times with a single laser pointer lens, or nearly 400 times when stacking two (...)
[Science daily]

Explaining Continuity: tying iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite together
Continuity isn't a monolithic feature of the new operating systems so much as it is a range of features, each with its own hardware requirements and mode of operation. As we already did for iOS 8's Extensions, in this article we'll be using Apple's developer documentation, WWDC videos, and (...)
[OSNews]

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]

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