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[News] DIY AIO PC Runs GNU/Linux, Showing Linux Growth in Appliances

  • Subject: [News] DIY AIO PC Runs GNU/Linux, Showing Linux Growth in Appliances
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 09 Jun 2010 18:35:04 +0100
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TUL shows off DIY AIO PC at Pre-Computex event

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| Powered by AMD and Ubuntu


Mobile Linux Gets Support From Chip Vendors

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| The development of Linux on mobile devices 
| may be poised to get a boost thanks to the 
| formation of a new industry group called 
| Linaro, backed by a consortium of chip 
| vendors including ARM, Freescale, Texas 
| Instruments, Samsung and ST-Ericsson.
| The goal of Linaro is to enable development 
| of Linux on embedded System-on-Chips (SoC) 
| including ARM-based processors. The effort 
| will also leverage engineering help and 
| resources from Ubuntu Linux vendor Canonical.


Linux is ahead of Microsoft and Apple here.


Chip giants establish Linux group for phones, TVs

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| A group of chip makers including IBM, Samsung
| Electronics and Texas Instruments on Thursday
| unveiled Linaro, a new software-engineering
| foundation dedicated to improving Linux
| distributions, including Android, MeeGo and
| Ubuntu, used in consumer devices.
| The new foundation hopes to take the success
| Linux has seen in large enterprise software
| and translate that to the consumer world of
| TV, tablets, smartphones and netbooks, which
| is dominated by several main OSes, including
| Windows, Symbian, Blackberry and Apple's
| iPhone OS.


ARM, allies invest in Linux for smartphones, tablets

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| Chipmaker ARM and a group of allies have
| joined forces to back a non-profit Linux
| company to develop tools for cellphones,
| tablet PC and similar small devices.
| The alliance with Freescale, IBM, Samsung,
| ST-Ericsson and Texas Instruments was
| announced yesterday at Computex 2010 and
| significantly ups the stakes in the battle
| for future mobile dominance.


ARM, Samsung, IBM, Freescale, TI and more join to form Linaro, speed rollout of Linux-based devices

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