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Raspberry Pi Leaps into 64-bit Computing with Model 3

by Alex Blewitt on  Feb 29, 2016

Today, the Raspberry Pi foundation launched their Model 3, with a 64-bit processor and on-board WiFi and Bluetooth support. InfoQ looks at what this means for the embedded device community.

From the Google Ubiquity Dev Summit 2016: Brillo, Weave and Beacons

by Abel Avram on  Jan 15, 2016

Google has organized this week the Ubiquity Dev Summit 2016 with sessions on their IoT technologies - Brillo, Weave, Beacons – and other technologies for wearable, TVs and Auto.

Startup Afero Platform Addresses Internet of Things Communications Security

by Kevin Farnham on  Jan 13, 2016

Tech startup Afero has launched a new platform that addresses both hardware and software necessities for securely connecting the internet of things (IoT). The platform interfaces IoT devices with a secure Bluetooth smart module, which communicates with a mobile phone that interfaces with the Afero cloud. All communications between the Bluetooth smart module node and the cloud are encrypted.

Nest Opens Up Weave

by Abel Avram on  Oct 02, 2015

Nest has made available to developers the Weave protocol used to connect various IoT devices.

Facebook Parse Adds New Platforms to its IoT SDK

by Sergio De Simone on  Sep 18, 2015

Parse for IoT, the line of SDKs that Parse announced at F8 2015, has been extended to include support for four additional microcontrollers.

ARM Open Sources mbed, an IoT OS

by Abel Avram on  Sep 18, 2015

The ARM mbed OS has entered beta and a number of components have been or will be open sourced in the following weeks.

BBC MicroBit Aims to Make Computing Cool for Kids

by Alex Blewitt on  Jul 08, 2015

Yesterday the BBC unveiled the final plans for the BBC MicroBit, a system-on-a-chip-on-a-board with a 5x5 LED matrix aimed at getting children interested in programming. Announced in March 2015, the BBC MicroBit is now finalised and will be given to children in year 7 across the UK, and available for purchase towards the end of 2015. InfoQ looks at what it will provide.

MODE: An IoT Platform for Managing Smart Devices

by Abel Avram on  May 14, 2015 2

MODE is an IoT platform deployed in the cloud and providing support for registration, management and control of smart devices.

Azul Announces Zulu Embedded, based on OpenJDK

by Matt Raible on  Mar 31, 2015

Azul Systems has released Zulu Embedded, a new open source embedded JDK, based on OpenJDK. It is targeted at companies that have embedded Java-based products such as mobile and IoT devices. Examples include routers and switches, ATM machines, avionics systems, automotive electronics and Point of Sale (POS) systems.

JavaScript on a Toaster: Embedded JavaScript with Duktape

by David Iffland on  Dec 10, 2014 1

Duktape takes JavaScript beyond the confines of the browser or server with a full ECMAScript 5 compliant engine that can be embedded into any C/C++ project.

Java ME 8.1 on 256KB RAM

by Bienvenido David on  Oct 27, 2014

Oracle has released Java ME Embedded 8.1 Early Access #3, which supports the Freescale FRDM-K64F board running the mbed RTOS. The Freescale FRDM-K64F is an ultra-low-cost hardware and development platform which utilizes Kinetis K64 MCUs based on ARM Cortex-M4 cores. This early access release adds support for the ARM Cortex-M architecture.

Testing the Internet of Things

by Ben Linders on  Sep 25, 2014

Testing embedded software and systems for the Internet of Things has to involve physical, sensory and emotional interactions says Gerie Owen, Business Solutions Analyst from Northeast Utilities. InfoQ interviewed Gerie Owen and Peter Varhol about how testing differs for the internet of things and embedded software and systems, and on dealing with expectations and experiences of people in testing.

Java ME 8 General Availability Release

by Victor Grazi on  May 01, 2014 3

Oracle principal product manager Terrence Barr announced the release today of Java ME 8, further aligning Java ME 8 with Java SE 8 and the Internet of Things

.NET Compact Framework 3.9 with Visual Studio 2012 Support

by Anand Narayanaswamy on  Nov 18, 2012 3

Microsoft will release .NET Compact Framework 3.9 (NETCF 3.9) in the upcoming build of Windows Embedded Compact 2013 with improved start-up time, enhanced memory utilization, Visual Studio 2012 support and new garbage collector.

The Impact of Software Testing on Embedded Systems

by Michael Stal on  Apr 20, 2012 1

In its recent issue the Chip Design Magazine points out that the huge growth of portable and wireless systems combined with the increasing relevance of software in embedded systems poses a challenge. Quality issues need special attention, especially in safety-critical systems. This is why software test tools for software systems will become increasingly important.

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