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Melbourne Commemorates a Centenary of ANZAC

100 years ago to the day, the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps launched a dawn invasion on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey. This event, which was a human catastrophe and strategic disaster,  has embedded itself in the Australian psyche. 76 more words

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ARM, Freescale and IBM offer a platform for industrial IoT

ARM is trying to make its mbed OS, its fairly new operating system for the internet of things, a little more business-friendly by debuting a ready-made platform consisting of a development board, the software and the cloud back-end services at the Embedded World show in Germany on Monday. 322 more words

ARM launches a faster, more efficient chip design for smartphones

Nearly every single smartphone sold last year uses a processor originally designed by ARM. On Tuesday, the British company announced new processor designs that will likely end up in devices in 2016. 469 more words

Raspberry Pi gets 6x the power, 2x the memory and still costs $35

Makers, academics and generally anyone who likes to play with computers: get ready for some awesomesauce. Raspberry Pis, the tiny Linux computers that currently sell for $35 are… 464 more words

Ambiq Micro has made a chip that consumes 10 times less energy

Ambiq Micro, a semiconductor company in Austin, Texas, has been working for the last five years to build a lower-power chip by applying to silicon a technology that has been used in quartz wristwatches. 316 more words

Qualcomm aims to build server chips that power the data center

Qualcomm is moving beyond mobile chips and will target the data center market with new server chips based on ARM technology, according to Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf. 268 more words

Abel Danger: Marine Links Bombardier Dirty Trust Pilot to Freescale China Murders, Serco Flash-Crash Clock

Source: Abel Danger
November 12, 2014

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net): United States Marine Field McConnell has linked covert deployments of electronic warfare pilot Russell Williams by dirty bankers in the Bombardier Master Trust to the murders of 8 Chinese employees of Freescale Semiconductors – all passengers on MH Flight 370 – and Serco’s flash-crash clock service developed in private finance initiatives structured by David Cameron and Norman Lamont at Treasury (1990-1993). 1,118 more words