FXI Technologies has unveiled a USB stick that turns any screen into an a computer running Android or Ubuntu, and in the future Windows 8 will also be supported. The Cotton Candy will include a Samsung Exynos 4210 dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU clocked at 1.2GHz, with a Quad Core Mali 400MP GPU, like the Samsung Galaxy S2 smartphone. It will also feature 1GB of RAM, a microSD slot capable of holding up to 64GB of flash memory, Wifi and Bluetooth connectivity and an HDMI port.
About one year ago, ARM announced the Mali-T604 GPU which has yet to be used in current products. Yet today, ARM announced an even more powerful GPU called Mali-T658 in Tokyo at Japan ARM Technical Symposium.
Zach Pfeffer, the tech lead of the Linaro Android working group, gave a tutorial about Linaro Android at Linaro Connect Q4.11.
During this tutorial, attendees were shown how to download a recent build for the pandaboard, how to make a bootable SD card image using the linaro-android-media-create command and how to boot the board with it.
Freescale Semiconductor and Green Hills Software announce a new alliance grounded in a shared vision for the expanding role of system virtualization technology in ARM-based embedded and mobile applications.
Mon blog est hébergé par un Seagate Dockstar, depuis 1 mois, et je vous livre une rapide analyse des statistiques de connexion depuis le début de la mise en exploitation, pour montrer qu'un site web rapide et optimisé, n'a pas besoin de beaucoup de...
La nouvelle version Ubuntu vient de sortir. A plus d'un titre c'est un bon cru ! Elle propose du Cloud Computing, des version x86 et x64, mais surtout des versions pour mes processeurs préférés, les ARM Texas Instrument OMAP3, OMAP4 et Freescale i.MX5x et ARM Tegra. Un processeur ARM consomme moins de 10W !
After running some stress tests to analyze the thermal performance of the Pandaboard with a newer OS, the results were surprising...
As we posted before, the Pandaboard omap4430 processor temperature was very high under 100% cpu usage. At that time we were running the system from an Ubuntu 10.10 preinstalled image for the Pandaboard. This system was quite unstable, it freezed all the time, and we usually had to restart it several times each session.
You can Android 4 (ICS) it in action in the Snowball board in the video build using build number 84. This is a bit sluggish since Android 4 currently lacks hardware acceleration on this development board but Linaro and the igloocommunity will implement it in the next few weeks.
As promised, here are the Gerbers (a visualisation of the printed circuit board or PCB) for the finalised version of the Raspberry Pi. I get several messages every day asking what it can possibly be that we are still working on: I hope you will understand on looking at this why the routing, which has to be quite spectacularly complicated to minimise expensive PCB features and to keep things tiny, took as long as it did! That snarl in the middle is the signal escape for the BCM2835, the chip at the heart of the Raspi. The elves have been working overtime.
Following “Pandaboard Cloud Cluster Running Google App Engine” post, there were some questions regarding the actual power efficiency of ARM servers vs Intel (Xeon) servers and some commenters questioned the performance of ARM chips.
La mise au point des OS pour plateforme ARM, va bon train : Microsoft confirme une version Windows 8 ARM, Android n'est pas en reste et il y a quelques jours Canonical a mis en place un cluster à base de processeurs ARM pour permettre la compilation...
Noritsuna Imamura showed an ARM cloud cluster built with 6 Pandaboards at Linaro Connect Q4.11. Noritsuna is a member of the Open Embedded Software Foundation (OESF), a Japanese organisation that support Open Source embedded software.
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