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A high performance ARM Board developed by FriendlyARM for Hobbysts, Makers and Hackers for IOT projects. http://bit.ly/2akQcPz
     The NanoPi 2 Fire is a high performance ARM Board developed by FriendlyARM for Hobbysts, Makers and Hackers for IOT projects.
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+Paul Jurczak​​ of cause! You are right! I thought it was the NanoPC T3 with the S5P6818 64bit cortex A53 from "samsung" but is actually made by Nexell.

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Raspberry Pi Explained: Here is Everything You Need to Know http://bit.ly/2acL656
In this post we would be elaborating the much talked about, Raspberry Pi — including the functionality, uses, variants and even the future scopes. We will be divulging the core details regarding the supported peripherals, hardware compatibility, operating platform and even the concepts of overclocking. So let’s get started: Definition and History The Raspberry Pi actually …
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How Pokémon GO is bringing Augmented Reality and Computer Vision to the mainstream: http://bit.ly/29UCIV3
Ok I did it. I downloaded Pokemon Go. Yes I was trying to resist, yes it was futile, yes it’s an awesome concept. Whilst a strong believer in
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LOOKS like HEAVY CIA involvement. GET REAL! ARM needs a review by the looks of things. Might be time to leave this community.
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Automotive is now the convergence of everything http://bit.ly/2aqIrDX
Automotive is now the convergence of everything  We move. Constantly. Inter-state, intra-city and suburban. The car is being replaced by the concept
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$35 NanoPi M3 Octa Core 64-bit ARM Development Board is Powered by Samsung S5P6818 Processor http://bit.ly/2abzItb
     The NanoPi M3 is another ARM board developed by FriendlyARM for makers, hobbyists and hackers. With this new friend we wish you
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Wow fantastic! Even if there are very big connectors...
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Clarifying the confusion about IoT Connectivity: http://bit.ly/29CxXR8
This interview at the IOT Devcon turned into a mini-connectivity training discussion with Vivek Mohan from Silicon Labs. Here are the questions answered
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Learn how to analyze your embedded Linux systems for better optimization, in our July 29 webinar: http://bit.ly/2aBrx5W
Linux provides a wide range of tracing and profiling tools which you can use to understand performance issues and also investigate bugs and unexpected behaviours. In this webinar we introduce some of the tools available in a typical embedded Linux system and show how they can be used to analyse the kernel, applications and the wider system helping you to optimise your products. We use real-life case studies and demos to show how they work in p...
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One backstory of how ARM reached a milestone of 86 billion chips in 25 years http://bit.ly/29TDHqC
Headquartered in Cambridge, England, ARM Holdings, then short for Acorn RISC Machine, is one of the earliest pioneers in the semiconductor and design space.
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I will admit, I would love to visit Cambridge, just to get a look at that ARM Evaluation System board on the photo... I've loved your systems ever since using the BBC Micro (now that is going back a bit, pre-ARM), which is probably why I wrote a book on ARM chips in the first place. Great job, everyone! Here's to the future 100 billion chips!
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Silicon Labs Thunderboard React - BLE-enabled kit for designers to create & develop sensor-to-cloud IoT connectivity http://bit.ly/29Hi3bV
Distributor Mouser Electronics has the Thunderboard React kit from Silicon Labs, a cloud-connected, Bluetooth Smart-enabled evaluation kit that enables designers to create, evaluate, and develop their own sensor-to-cloud connectivity applications for the Internet of Things (IoT).
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DavidThomson company Southampton founded of Cloud 1980 was using it in 1980's while still using Micky mouse.where not around then Law
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Waiting for something to happen in an embedded system – a while loop http://bit.ly/2abzcLD
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Waiting with more wishes because embedded systems are a big big world! Bye 😊 Rosario
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Debugging Embedded Systems: the Problems and Solutions - article #1 on new debug features in SOMNIUM DRT http://bit.ly/1TZy8FB
Debugging Embedded Systems: the Problems and Solutions  This article is the first in a series on the new debug features in SOMNIUM DRT.   We
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Look ma, no hands! Controlling smart devices with gestures Bixi STMicroelectronics http://bit.ly/29knVmI #ARMInnovation
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