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Ubuntu OTA-12

  • Ubuntu OTA 12, Latest Update to Ubuntu Phone, Rolling Out Now
    Ubuntu OTA-12, the latest update for Ubuntu Phone and Tablet, has begun roll out. We show you what's new.
  • Ubuntu OTA-12 Bringing More Features & Improvements To Mobile Ubuntu
    Ubuntu OTA-12 is being released today by Canonical as the latest over-the-air update for Ubuntu tablet/phone users. Ubuntu OTA-12 is bringing wireless display support to supported devices, fingerprint unlock for the Meizu PRO 5 device, color emojis for the on-screen keyboard, improvements to the built-in web browser, and through the command-line it's possible to install traditional Ubuntu apps as part of the converged experience. The OTA-12 update does bundle in Libertine.

32-bit Arduino Leonardo clone maker offers “ChipKIT Lenny” preview

“chipKIT Lenny” is a PIC32-based Arduino Leonardo clone with more RAM and flash, and a multifunction microUSB port. Sneak preview boards are now available. Majenko Technologies has built an Arduino Leonardo compatible board supported by the open source chipKIT project, which like all chipKIT boards features a MIPS-based Microchip PIC32 microcontroller unit instead of an ATmega32u4. (See farther below for more on chipKIT.) The chipKIT Lenny was teased by the chipKIT project in late June, and is now being released by Majenko in a preview version priced at 19 UK Pounds (currently about $25). Read more

Cyanogen OS vs Android: what’s the difference?

It may have started as Google’s obligatory answer to the iPhone, but Android has grown into a much-beloved operating system that’s currently used by over 107 million people in the U.S. alone and almost one-and-a-half billion worldwide. Much of what makes Android special also distinguishes it from competitors: its power, versatility, and customizability. But this isn’t a love ode to Google’s popular software. Instead, we’re going to discuss some of the key differences between Google’s Android and Cyanogen OS, a modified, third-party version of Android that brings added features and gives users additional control over their devices. So let’s jump right in. Read more