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  • Core-based fanless GIGABYTE BRIX

    Core-based fanless GIGABYTE BRIX

    GIGABYTE finally launches a Kaby Lake fanless BRIX. Powered by the highly capable i3-7100U, the GB-EKi3A-7100 will offer substantial performance gains over its Apollo Lake siblings (although losing the microSD card reader, second HDMI, and second Ethernet port).







    It's also slightly larger at 180 x 117 x 36 mm (0.76 liter) and features longer cooling fins for improved thermals (the entire case acts as a heat sink). The barebone is part of...
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    Last edited by trebor; 04-20-2017, 08:21.

  • Rockchip presents its new SOC RK3126C, RK3326, RK3366 and RK3366H

    Rockchip presents its new SOC RK3126C, RK3326, RK3366 and RK3366H

    From Rockchip we get information on a new SoC oriented to the input tablets and devices 2 in 1. These new products are the so-called RK3126C , RK3326 , RK3366 and RK3366H that will soon be on the market offering different solutions. In these new SoC we have Android 7.1 serial but we have options like Chrome OS , Phoenix OS and Remix OS .



    It seems that since Rockchip has still some hope in the sector of tablets and presents three new SoC in this sector. The RK3216C
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  • FIRST TV STICK WITH APOLLO LAKE AND DUAL-BOOT WINDOWS / ANDROID

    FIRST TV STICK WITH APOLLO LAKE AND DUAL-BOOT WINDOWS / ANDROID

    We know that Intel will bring to market the first NUC Intel Celeron J3455 (Apollo Lake) by the summer, but the Santa Clara company is not the only one to have spotted these processors for its Mini PC: There are quite a few 'the producers concerned to refresh its offer and, after seeing the plans of apples , we moved on to BBEN which already has some prototype ready for marketing.

    BBEN is a Chinese company that sells notebooks, mini PCs and TV Stick, and although it is always constantly
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  • Kodi Wants to Beat Piracy With Legal Content and DRM

    Kodi Wants to Beat Piracy With Legal Content and DRM

    The group behind the popular Kodi software is not happy that their media player is often linked to piracy. Copyright holders would like Kodi to block certain pirate add-ons, but the team doesn't believe that would be effective. Instead, they're inviting rightsholders to join their platform and are considering the addition of DRM to make that easier.



    Millions of people use
    Kodi as their main source of entertainment, often with help from add-ons that allow them to access
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  • Broadcom WiFi vulnerability allows remote code execution, affects almost all Android devices





    We of a certain age remember the days before WiFi was widespread. It sucked. Now, there's a wireless network on every corner bringing you all the wonders (and horrors) of the internet. They can also bring you something else: hacks. A researcher from Google's Project Zero security team has revealed an exploit for Broadcom WiFi chips that can allow an attacker to execute code on your device. They just have to be on the same WiFi network as you.



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  • Allwinner H6 Processor for 4K HDR Set-Top Boxes Supports USB 3.0, PCIe, and Smart Card Interfaces

    Allwinner H6 is a new quad core Cortex A53 processor designed for 4K set-top boxes. It will support “6K” video decoding for 10-bit HEVC, VP9, and H.264, integrate HDR10 and HLG video processing, support high speed interfaces like USB 3.0 and PCIe, as well as security features like two ISO7816 smart card interfaces and DRM solutions.

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    Allwinner H6 specifications:
    • CPU – Quad-core ARM Cortex A53 with NEON, hardware Java acceleration, and FPU
    • 3D GPU
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  • DDR5 memory will be up to twice as fast as DDR4

    DDR5 memory will be up to twice as fast as DDR4

    Intel and Micron may be prepping us for a world where computers use the same type of hardware for both memory and storage, but we aren’t there just yet. So get ready for DDR5 memory.

    The organization responsible for setting memory standards says the DDR5 will offer twice the bandwidth and twice the density of DDR4 RAM, which should lead to improved performance.



    DDR5 should also be more energy efficient than current memory.

    The
    Joint Electron Device...
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  • Linux 4.11 brings improvements for Intel Atom PCs (Bay Trail and Cherry Trail)

    Linux 4.11 brings improvements for Intel Atom PCs (Bay Trail and Cherry Trail)

    If you’ve tried installing Ubuntu or other GNU/Linux-based operating systems on a computer with an Intel Atom Bay Trail or Cherry Trail processor, there’s a decent chance you ran into problems with WiFi, audio, or other hardware.

    But
    Ian Morrison notes that the upcoming Linux 4.11 kernel fixes one of the last remaining issues: HDMI audio.

    Since Ubuntu 17.10 and other operating systems set to launch later this year will probably use the new kernel, that means there’s a better
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    Last edited by trebor; 03-29-2017, 15:51.

  • Instreamer App Streams Zidoo X8/X9S/X10 HDMI Video Input to YouTube Live / RTMP Servers with FFmpeg (CNXSoft)

    Zidoo X8, X9S and the upcoming X10, are TV boxes powered by Realtek RTD1295 processor with an HDMI input. The stock firmware already supports UDP broadcasting, but robbi5 decided he needed more, and designed Instreamer“HDMI IN Streamer” app leveraging work from Danman’s ZidoStream app for Mstar TV boxes and Zidoo’s own VideoAndHdmiIN app.



    Instreamer app supports the following:
    • Streaming as MPEG-TS to network (unicast/multicast)
    • Streaming in FLV format to RTMPserver
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  • Preinstalled Malware Targeting Mobile Users

    Preinstalled Malware Targeting Mobile Users


    The Check Point Mobile Threat Prevention has recently detected a severe infection in 36 Android devices, belonging to a large telecommunications company and a multinational technology company. While this is not unusual, one detail of the attacks stands out. In all instances, the malware was not downloaded to the device as a result of the users’ use, it arrived with it.

    According to the findings, the malware were already present on the devices even before the users received them.
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