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Intel-Based Ubuntu Tablet in the Works?

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Intel-Based Ubuntu Tablet in the Works?

Linux news site Phoronix reports a device named "UT One" is in the works-- an Ubuntu 10.1-inch tablet powered by an Intel Atom processor, to launch sometime on December 2014.

Hardware details include a quad-core 1.3GHz Atom Z3735D SoC, Intel HD Gen7 graphics, 2GB DDR3L RAM, 16GB storage, 2MP front/rear facing cameras and a 7900mAh battery. Connectivity comes through 802.11b/g/n wifi and Bluetooth, while the display handles 1280x800 resolution. The operating system is, of course, Ubuntu Touch, specifically the 14.10 release.

Leaking the information is one Andrew Bernstein, a developer with a history in Linux and open source development.

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A Walkie Talkie for the Mobile Era

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A Walkie Talkie for the Mobile Era

A startup called OnBeep presents a communications device that is a bit like a walkie talkie for the mobile phone era, if not the communicator from Star Trek-- the Onyx, a small speaker-equipped wearable button.

The concept behind the Onyx is simple. It pairs with a smartphone via Bluetooth, and uses the phone's data connection to connect directly with other Onyx units within a pre-defined group. This means touching the Onyx device replaces handling the smartphone in order to make a call, allowing for hands-free communications.

An Onyx group can contain up to 15 people, and a companion iOS/Android app handles communications, group and location management. The actual device is small (60mm diameter) and light (46g), and is designed to clip to bags or clothing without damaging lighter fabrics.

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Vuzix Smart Glasses Get 3rd SAP App

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Vuzix Smart Glasses Get 3rd SAP App

The Vuzix M100 smart glasses get a version of a 3rd SAP enterprise application-- specifically AR Operator Rounds, an application enabling the workforce to conduct hands-free operator rounds and inspections.

AR Operator Rounds supports features including communications with beacons allowing equipment ID and improved indoor navigation, equipment readings and measurements directly int he Smart Glasses, over the shoulder remote support and full voice control, all with hands-free operation.

It joins SAP's AR Warehouse Picker and AR Service Technician mobile apps.

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Intel Launches Core M Processor to Save Laptops

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Intel Launches Core M Processor to Save Laptops

Intel launches the first commercially available “no-conflict” processor, Core M, and then sends it directly into the battle: for mobility.

More front-line Intel innovations will fully arm laptops as they fight tablets & smartphones to win over the world’s 600 million owners of 4-year old laptops who are on the brink of change.

Six hundred million ageing laptops make an awfully big sales target. Each of those consumers faces a decision very different than the one when they bought their laptop four years ago. And Intel dedicated its IFA press Read more...

Imation's Most Secure PC on a Stick

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Imation's Most Secure PC on a Stick

Imation launches what it claims is one of its most secure "PC on a Stick" solutions yet-- the Ironkey Workspace W700, the first Microsoft-certified Windows to Go device from the company with FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certification.

FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certification is a security and reliability benchmark, being a requirement for civilian and military US federal agencies.

Meanwhile Windows to Go is an enterprise Windows 8.1 feature allowing users to access their employer's corporate image, OS, applications and data from any compatible PC and the Ironkey Workspace USB drive.

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