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Twitch Viewers Will Try To Collaboratively Install Arch Linux

Wednesday 25th of November 2015 06:51:37 PM

Official, Customized Raspberry Pi Versions Coming Soon

Tuesday 24th of November 2015 07:51:41 PM

ARM64 Vs ARM32 -- What's Different For Linux Programmers?

Friday 20th of November 2015 04:52:02 PM

Ubuntu 15.10 'Wily Werewolf' Released

Friday 13th of November 2015 04:52:28 PM

Intel Develops Linux 'Software GPU' That's ~29-51x Faster

Wednesday 11th of November 2015 11:52:35 PM

Report: Red Hat Buying DevOps Startup Ansible

Tuesday 10th of November 2015 07:52:40 PM

KDE Turns 19

Saturday 7th of November 2015 03:52:54 PM

Fedora 23 Final May Release As Planned On October 27

Friday 6th of November 2015 01:52:58 PM

Pushing the Limits of Network Traffic With Open Source

Thursday 5th of November 2015 06:53:03 AM

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Chrome Remote Desktop is used on Deepin 15 for remote assistance

If you’ve installed the latest pre-stable edition of Deepin 15 (Deepin 2015), which I just wrote about earlier today (see Deepin 15. This could be the best Linux desktop distribution of the year), a module you’ll find in the Control Center, is Remote Assistance. Read more

Itty bitty ARM module starts at $27

Variscite’s rugged, 50 x 25mm “DART-6UL” COM runs Linux on an i.MX6 UltraLite SoC, offers NAND, eMMC, and wireless, and starts at $27 in volume. In April, Variscite announced the world’s smallest i.MX6 computer-on-module with its 50 x 20mm, Freescale i.MX6-based DART-MX6. At 50 x 25mm, the DART-6UL doesn’t quite match those dimensions, but it offers greater power efficiency, making it well suited for IoT applications and battery-powered devices. Variscite claims it consumes only 5mA in suspend mode. Read more