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  • Why Chromepads could be better than Android tablets

    Why Chromepads could be better than Android tablets

    It looks like the first Chrome OS tablets without physical keyboards could be on the way soon. But… what’s the point?

    After all, Google already has an operating system that runs on tablets. It’s called Android. And one of the key features of a Chromebook is that it’s a desktop-style operating system with support for multiple windows, the same version of Chrome that runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux, and support for keyboard, mouse, and (occasionally) pen input.

    But over
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  • Mainline Linux on Amlogic S905/S905X/S912 SoCs – 2018 Status Update

    Mainline Linux on Amlogic S905/S905X/S912 SoCs – 2018 Status Update

    BayLibre is working on mainline Linux for Amlogic SoC, and in February of last year, Neil Armstrong gave a presentation entitled “Mainline Linux on AmLogic SoCs” at the Embedded Linux Conference 2017.

    Neil has recently (actually yesterday) given another presentation about the status of mainline Linux on Amlogic processor at linux.conf.au 2018, so we have some updated information now. He goes through the whole history of upstreaming Linux for Amlogic SoCs, but I’ll provided summary of
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  • Watching A TV Work In Slow Motion

    Watching A TV Work In Slow Motion

    Watching anything happen in slow motion is, generally, pretty rad. Watching a bunch of different TV's refresh in super slow motion is even better.

    The Slow Mo Guys have been doing these kinds of videos for years, and this one is no less fascinating. In it, they capture precisely how different TV's, from an old CRT to a flashy new OLED UHD 4K TV, refresh the image being displayed. At one point, they slow the whole thing down a mind-bending 380,117 frames per second.

    They
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  • Android 9.0 Code Name Leaked: Still Wait for Android 8.0 ?

    Android 9.0 Code Name Leaked: Still Wait for Android 8.0 ?

    Maybe many users haven’t experienced Android 8.0 OS, but the Android 9.0 OS is coming, do you know its code name? According to XDA developer @Mishall Rahman, in Google Submitting information, AOSP, they find the code of next generation of Android 9.0 OS, Pi, which may be short of Pie.




    The ‘Pie’ as code name of Android 9.0 is not very surprised, because its predecessor, Android OS used food or dessert as their code name.

    In order to solve debris issue,...
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  • News from Rockchip at CES: Android 8.1 for its SoC and a new RK3229

    News from Rockchip at CES: Android 8.1 for its SoC and a new RK3229

    During this CES the manufacturer Rockchip has not presented major developments in its product line, although we have been able to know that at the software level some of its SoC will receive Android 8.1 soon. In particular the lucky soc are the well-known RK3399 , RK3328 , RK3368H , RK3326 and RK3126C all in their version for tablets although surely we also see Android 8.1 in the TV-Box, end that we hope to confirm during our usual interview with Rockchip in the next MWC in Barcelona.
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  • WeTek Unveils Hyperion 4G LTE Set-Top Box & Nix OTT TV Box Running Android TV OS

    WeTek Unveils Hyperion 4G LTE Set-Top Box & Nix OTT TV Box Running Android TV OS

    When Geniatech announced Android TV certification for their ATV598Max set-top box with digital TV tuners compliant with DVB-T2, DVB-C, ATSC, or ISDB standards earlier this week, we noticed how few official Android TV STB there was on the market.

    But more may be coming, as Wetek will showcase two Android TV products at CABSAT in Dubai on January 14-16 with Wetek Hyperion Amlogic S905D 4G LTE set-top box, as well as WeTek Nix OTT box powered by Amlogic S905X processor.
    WeTek Hyperio

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  • CES 2018: Asus NovaGo Snapdragon 835 Windows 10 at Qualcomm CES 2018 booth

    CES 2018: Asus NovaGo Snapdragon 835 Windows 10 at Qualcomm CES 2018 booth

    Asus wins my prize of most important "best of CES 2018" device. This is the most powerful ARM Powered laptop yet.
    Finally, after years of work by thousands of Microsoft and Qualcomm engineers, true full Windows 10 on ARM is just about to be ready to be launched onto the worldwide market. Powered by the 10nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, with over 20 hours of battery life, while it comes on Windows 10 S by default it can quickly be "upgraded" to full Windows 10 Professional for
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  • Nvidia Shield TV to get an upgrade towards Android O ?

    Nvidia Shield TV to get an upgrade towards Android O ?


    Despite earlier rumors that the Shield series would not see Android 8, Nvidia is currently working on getting Shield TV updated towards Android TV version 8 Oreo. A specific introduction date was not shared just yet, but it is coming.

    Really the Shield series is a gift that keeps on giving, as even the 2015 model would get the new Oreo update (try that with your Samsung smartphone eh?). Albeit nothing was announced this year regarding the popular shield series, this news has
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  • Amlogic 2018 Roadmap Reveals S905X2, S905C, and S922 Processors

    Amlogic 2018 Roadmap Reveals S905X2, S905C, and S922 Processors

    I’ve been asked what’s next for Amlogic a few times recently, and today I received an Amlogic 2017/2018 roadmap dated Q3 2017 that shows three new processors beside Amlogic S805X, which has yet to be launched into products: Amlogic S905C, S905X2 and S922. So let’s have a look at the three new processors.

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    Amlogic S905C specifications:
    • CPU – Quad core ARM Cortex A53 processor
    • GPU- ARM Mali-450MP2
    • System Memory – Up to 3GB DDR3/3L, LPDDR2/3 memory[
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  • Wi-Fi Alliance announces WPA3

    Wi-Fi Alliance announces WPA3

    The Wi-Fi Alliance announced the WPA3 standard officially on Monday. The new wireless network security standard will replace WPA2 eventually.

    WPA2, which stands for Wi-Fi Protected Access 2, is the current security standard for wireless networks.

    Practically any device — smartphones, routers, laptops, IoT devices — with wireless connectivity supports the nearly 2-decade old standard. Security researchers discovered a vulnerability in WPA in October 2017. KRACK, Key Reinstallation
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