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Compact, rugged, low power box-PC targets transportation apps

Axiomtek added a compact, fanless, Bay Trail Atom-based system to its line of rugged box-PCs for vehicle, railway, and marine applications. The tBOX100-838-FL, currently labeled “coming soon” on Axiomtek’s website, is described as a “small footprint fanless embedded system certified with E-Mark and ISO 7637 for vehicle applications.” The device joins half a dozen other […] Read More »

Ura Design donates great UX to open source projects

Open source software is nothing new in an age where even big tech giants are exploring and using it. More and more companies allow—if not outright encourage—employees to contribute to open source software on company hours. What's missing in open source, however, is high-quality, effective design.read more Read More »

GoboLinux Redefines the Linux Filesystem Hierarchy

One complaint some new users have is that the Linux filesystem hierarchy is confusing. After all, why are program executables stored in /usr/bin and what is home? For those who are accustomed to Linux, this all makes some strange form of sense. However, if you take a moment to step back and really look at it, you might think twice ... Read More »

Sandboxing in Fuchsia

On Fuchsia, a newly created process has nothing. A newly created process cannot access any kernel objects, cannot allocate memory, and cannot even execute code. Of course, such a process isn’t very useful, which is why we typically create processes with some initial resources and capabilities. Most commonly, a process starts executing some code with an initial stack, some command ... Read More »