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Feb 2, 2018
FOSDEM is a huge Open Source developer event that takes place every year in Brussels and has 1000s of attendees from all over the world. The event is an primarily for software developers and encourages them to share ideas and collaborate. This year you have 543 speakers, 570 events, and 57 tracks to choose from. This year I will […]
Jan 24, 2018
An important feature of the Raspberry Pi is the row of GPIO pins, where GPIO stands for general purpose input/output. It will allow us to communicate between Pi and the outside world. We have 40pins on Pi, we count these pins from left to right out of which seventeen pins are GPIO pins. Different pins […]
Dec 15, 2017
DIY Electronics has been a hot topic for over a decade now. Almost anyone with little to no coding experience can get started with programming a microcontroller thanks to the widely popular Arduino platform. Over the years, there have been a huge number of Arduino boards released of all shapes and sizes and the Arduino […]
Nov 10, 2017
After a first timid announcement, Samsung has finally uploaded a video on its official YouTube channel that shows off more concretely what Samsung has in the pipeline for Samsung DeX and what we should expect in terms of experience. It’s flagged as a “concept demo”, but still, in about one minute of length it allows […]
Jul 4, 2017
The domestic PC OS market has been a complete one sided dominance by Microsoft's Windows OS for a long time now. This year, Windows had a 96.99 percent market share (although a 0.11 percent slip from last year) and this strong hold of the PC OS market is not likely to change for years to […]
Sep 22, 2016
  The Tizen Experts Story Tizen Experts is arguably one of the world's largest Tizen resources to be found on the net. One of our claims to fame is that the site was actually registered, back in 2011, before the global announcement of the Tizen name, beat that! The Operating System (OS) has made good […]
Oct 27, 2015
  The Korea Linux Forum was held on October 26 at conrad hotel in Seoul, South Korea. The aim of the event is to bring together core developers, system administrators, users, community managers, and industry experts. The idea is to develop stronger bonds between South Korea and the global Linux development community. This event has […]
Aug 27, 2015
  Unity, a development platform for creating multiplatform 3D and 2D games, has today finally been released for Linux as a 951Mb .deb file download. This is an Experimental Build, with future support not yet guaranteed and very much depends on user adoption and feedback. Today’s build is based off Unity 5.1.0f3 and comes with […]
May 8, 2015
  Development board lovers, some news for you today. Our friend Leon, with the assistance of his colleagues in the Konsulko Group, has successfully built Tizen:Common with Linux kernel 3.14.14 using Yocto. The target dev board is the HummingBoard-i2eX (Freescale i.MX6 SoC) and interestingly hardware accelerated graphics is supported in Wayland/Weston 1.6. He used the […]
Jan 14, 2015
  The SmartThings hub was a great home automation hub, and now it is time for the next version, the upgraded model with new new sensors, battery backup, optional cellular, and premium services ... oh and it will be running Tizen. When Samsung first acquired SmartThings, the company told of its plans to move from […]
Dec 12, 2014
  Are you involved in Embedded Linux? Well there is a Embedded Linux Conference (ELC) taking place in San Jose, CA, March 23 - 25, 2015. This is the "premier vendor-neutral technical conference for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products". The Call For Papers is now Open with Submissions due on 9 January […]
Dec 5, 2014
  The following video shows Samsung embarking on a journey. The journey is Open Source which was started 18 months ago with a single member, Linux and FOSS advocate Ibrahim Haddad. Fast forward to today and there are over 40 people at the new Open Source Innovation Group, which includes 20 developers, devoted full-time to […]
Dec 2, 2014
  The Automotive Grade Linux workgroup of the Linux Foundation is hosting the Automotive Linux Summit at the Chinzan-so Conference Center in Tokyo, Japan on June 1 – 2, 2015. You are welcome to submit a speaking proposal for this Automotive Linux Summit. If you would like to submit a speaking proposal please visit […]
Nov 24, 2014
  The Linux Foundation has announced that the JVC KENWOOD Corporation, Linaro and OpenSynergy are joining the Linux Foundation to collaborate on Automotive Grade Linux (AGL). This brings the total amount of companies working on AGL to forty six. The AGL is a collaborative open source project developing a common, Linux-based software stack for the […]
Nov 9, 2014
  Some great news guys, we previously reported on Leon Anavi getting Tizen:Common running on the open source hardware Development Board Radxa Rock with RK3188 SoC (ARM Cortex-A9 quad core @ 1.6Ghz and Mali400-mp4 GPU), well now he has overcome some of the display issues that he was facing. The Tizen:Common image is available to […]
Nov 7, 2014
  Our friend Leon Anavi is at it again !!!! What I mean by that vague statement is that he is porting Tizen onto another Development Board, in this case the Radxa Rock dev board that supports the Rockchip RK3188 SoC, which is a 28nm 1.8Ghz quad core ARM Cortex A9 and quad core Mali […]
Sep 25, 2014
  As per other Linux Conferences of in the last couple of years, we have an announcement that there will be a Tizen mini summit during this years LinuxCon Europe in Düsseldorf on Wednesday October 15th.   Sessions Wednesday October 15th 11:15 Tizen Native API Framework: Features and Benefits - Sanjeev BA, Samsung 12:15 Multi-user […]
Sep 7, 2014
  Currently the Tizen project is publishing ARM images, so let me introduce you to how you can use them on other Armv7l hardware. For this tutorial the Renesas RCAR_M2 Evaluation board will be used. Tizen hardware adaptation for Tizen:IVI on rcarm2 was made available by Damian Hobson Garcia, now let me show you how […]
Aug 29, 2014
  Yesterday we did a post with the Keynote videos from LinuxCon and CloudOpen 2014. Well today, still on our technical crusade we have the program slides for LinuxCon North America. These are direct links to the PDF's. Enjoy:     Slides Eudyptula Challenge 6 Months of the Eudyptula Challenge, Lessons Learned Linda Wang How […]
Aug 28, 2014
  If you weren't to attend LinuxCon and CloudOpen North America then fear not as the keynotes are now available and are listed below for your viewing pleasure. The event was kicked off on Wednesday, Aug. 20, with Executive Director Jim Zemlin's keynote “State of Linux”.   Wednesday Morning Keynotes     Wednesday Afternoon Keynotes […]

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