GENIATECH’S “XPI-IMX8MM” SBC RUNS LINUX ON i.MX8M Mini AND SELLS FOR $90
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GENIATECH’S “XPI-IMX8MM” SBC RUNS LINUX ON i.MX8M Mini AND SELLS FOR $90

Tech Giant, Geniatech, has launched a $90 “XPI-iMX8MM” Single Board Computer! The XPI-iMX8MM runs Linux on an i.MX8M Mini and is equipped with 1GB to 4GB RAM, 8GB to 128GB eMMC, and 40-pin GPIO. Geniatech’s XPI-iMX8MM is a Raspberry Pi sized SBC that has NXP’s 1.8GHz and...

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Pine64 Unveils Quartz64 model A SBC for Developers and Linux Users Along with SOQuartz Module
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Pine64 Unveils Quartz64 model A SBC for Developers and Linux Users Along with SOQuartz Module

Recently, we have seen the launch of the Firefly ROC-RK3566-PC mini-computer built around the Rockchip RK3566 chip. To continue the emergence of RK3566-powered development boards, the Quartz64, a single-board computer (SBC) has been released by Pine64. With the integrated powerful...

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Firefly’s ALL NEW Station M2 Featuring RK3566 SoC, Runs Linux and Android
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Firefly’s ALL NEW Station M2 Featuring RK3566 SoC, Runs Linux and Android

We have already seen Firefly’s RK3566-based mini-computer that was designed to compete with the powerful Raspberry Pi 4. With support from the community, Firefly has now released a new mini-PC, Station M2 based on the high performance, low power powerful Rockchip SoC, RK3566 that can...

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Meet the Jupiter Nano, The Tiny, high-performance computer that runs Linux, and the NuttX RTOS
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Meet the Jupiter Nano, The Tiny, high-performance computer that runs Linux, and the NuttX RTOS

Over the past year since its launch, we've seen several interesting projects come out of the Microchip Get Launched program. The latest, which according to Crowd supply, will be hitting the crowdfunding campaign site soon, is the Jupiter Nano. A tiny, Open-Source, high-performance...

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HaneSOM: the most compact Linux computer module
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HaneSOM: the most compact Linux computer module

Linux capable IoT boards are considered a better option over embedded C boards by many makers and hackers due to rapid prototyping. One can build a lot of IoT projects effortlessly on Linux-based boards within minutes. IoT-specific boards that run Linux are, however, costlier and...

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Toradex extends Torizon as DevOps platform for IoT Linux devices
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Toradex extends Torizon as DevOps platform for IoT Linux devices

Toradex is extending its Torizon operating system for use as a full IoT development and operations (DevOps) platform for Linux devices. The operating system will now include free remotely hosted updates, device monitoring features, and a fleet management solution. Torizon enables...

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Jupiter Nano – Tiny, high-performance computer that runs Linux, or the NuttX real-time operating system
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Jupiter Nano – Tiny, high-performance computer that runs Linux, or the NuttX real-time operating system

Jupiter Nano is an open-source hardware development board that runs NuttX RTOS or Linux. It has a tiny 48-pin form factor (1.125″ x 2.5″, similar in size to the Teensy 4.1) and is 10x more powerful than the Arduino Due. Jupiter Nano is perfect for Arduino users who need a tiny,...

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Linux and Windows Hardware boot selection switch
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Linux and Windows Hardware boot selection switch

Stephen Holdaway has created a switch with “Linux” and “Windows” labels, enabling you to boot into the correct OS with ease. About the reason for creating the switch, he says: “ Dual-booting Linux and Windows is a great way to get the best of both worlds, but there's one...

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