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Elkhart Lake Mini-PC integrates triple 2.5GbE ports and WiFi6E/BT5.2 connectivity

The TANGO-3010 is a fanless Mini PC based on the Intel Celeron J6412 low-power Quad-core processor. The new product launched by IEI Integration Corp offers 2x displays with 4K support, 2x COM ports, 1x M.2 2280 and upgradable RAM memory.

Mini-PC supports dual 2.5GbE LAN ports and Wi-Fi6/BT 5.2

GMKtec recently launched a Mini-PC based on the 8C/16T 10th Gen Intel Core i7-10875H processor (up to 5.1GHz). The NucBox 12 includes 32GB DRR4, 512GB SSD, SATA support and up to 6x USB 3.2 ports.

Aetina carrier board supports Jetson Orin NX and Orin Nano modules

Aetina unveiled earlier this month an embedded platform compatible with the Jetson ORIN NANO 8GB and Jetson ORIN NX 16GB SoM models. This industrial grade AI platform offers 1x RJ45 GbE port, 1x HDMI port, 1x M.2 2242 slot and many other peripherals.

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A Complete Guide to Kubuntu Default Apps and Their Purposes

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New Alpha Release: Tor Browser 12.5a2 (Android, Windows, macOS, Linux)

This release updates Firefox on Android, Windows, macOS, and Linux to 102.7.0esr. It includes important security updates to Firefox and GeckoView. There were no Android-specific security updates to backport from the Firefox 109 release.


First Look at blendOS: A Blend of Arch Linux, Fedora Linux, and Ubuntu

blendOS is here to offer you “a seamless blend of all Linux distributions,” as its creator wants to call it. blendOS is based on Arch Linux and GNOME on Wayland, but it lets you use apps from other popular distributions, such as Fedora Linux or Ubuntu.

LibreOffice 7.4.5 Released to Fix Crash Affecting a Large Number of Users

LibreOffice 7.4.5 is here only two weeks after LibreOffice 7.4.4 to fix a crash that occurred when clicking on the header or footer button after scrolling in the LibreOffice Writer component. The issue was discovered in the LibreOffice 7.4.4 release and affected a very large number of users.

Canonical Announces General Availability of Ubuntu Pro, Free for Up to 5 PCs

First released in a beta version in October 2022 with free subscriptions for personal and small-scale commercial use on up to 5 machines, Ubuntu Pro is only available for Ubuntu LTS (Long-Term Support) releases, starting with Ubuntu 16.04, and promises up to 10 years of security updates, as well as access to exclusive tools.

PipeWire 0.3.65 Adds Bluetooth MIDI Support, ALSA Plugin Improvements

PipeWire 0.3.65 adds support for Bluetooth MIDI devices, which also requires a WirePlumber addition, as well as support for compress offload was added using tinycompress, which allows the decoding of compressed formats in hardware using ALSA on certain devices.

GNOME 44 Alpha Released with New Stream Deck App, File Chooser Grid View

GNOME 44 promises a GTK4 port of the Epiphany (GNOME Web) web browser, a grid view for the GTK file chooser, support for 64px icon size in grid view in the Nautilus file manager, a Bluetooth submenu in Quick Settings, the ability to disable Settings search results, as well as a redesigned Accessibility panel with new a navigation pattern in Settings.

GUADEC 2023 Conference Takes Place July 26-31 in Riga, Latvia, for GNOME 44

Just like last year’s GUADEC 2022 conference, the GUADEC 2023 event will offer a hybrid model where attendees can join in person or online. If you’re joining in person, you should know that the conference will take place in Latvia’s capital, Riga, for the first time in Europe since 2019.

Add an ePaper display to Raspberry Pi Pico W with EnkPi 2.9-inch to 7.5-inch displays (Crowdfunding)

posted by Roy Schestowitz on Dec 07, 2022

SB Components is running another crowdfunding campaign with the EnkPi ePaper display powered by a Raspberry Pi Pico W board and offered in four different sizes namely 2.9-inch, 4.2-inch 5.83-inch, and 7.5-inch.

Each mainboard also comes with a USB Type-C port, a microSD card socket, an RTC with a backup battery holder, a buzzer, six user buttons, and a JST connector for expansion with GPIO, I2C, UART, and ADC signals.

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Also: UP Xtreme i12 Alder Lake SBC supports up to four 4K displays @ 60 Hz, Raspberry Pi HATs - CNX Software

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