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Freescale Introduces a 15 Watt Wireless Charging Solution Makes it 3x Faster


Wireless charging is pretty awesome but Unfortunately, it is slow and already starting to lag behind the latest wired charging speeds. Freescale wants to help bring things back closer to par
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Serial connect to Wandboard

Wandboard is a low cost pc which supports linux and android operating system.Hardware is based on freescale.

Below are the settings which can be used to connect to a wandboard box through serial console. 37 more words

Linux

Wireless charging for tablets is finally coming next year

We’re still waiting for the Rezence standard to bring wireless charging to laptops, but Freescale is taking a big step towards making that a reality. It just announced a new wireless product that’s powerful enough to recharge tablets, portable medical devices, and other large gadgets. 157 more words

Technews

McuOnEclipse Components: 07-Dec-2014 Release

Over the last weeks, several contributions, extensions and fixes have been added to the McuOnEclipse components, so a new release is available on SourceForge. 839 more words

Eclipse

Mtdutils command usage in MCIMX28EVK

We know that mtdutils are used to interact with flash memories. Here I am discussing about some mtdutils commands that I used in MCIMX28EVK

Successfully booted up from SD card and logged in.Then used the following mtdutils commands. 78 more words

Embedded Systems

Freescale acquires Zenverge and its market-leading transcoding technology

New Delhi, India, December 04, 2014: Freescale Semiconductor has acquired Zenverge, a fabless semiconductor company and a leading developer of advanced HD content processing ICs. 16 more words

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