Enea Unveils Integrated Linux Solution for Xilinx UltraScale+ at Xilinx Developer Forum

STOCKHOLM and SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Accelerated Linux simplifies development of high-performance real-time applications Enea (NASDAQ OMX Nordic: ENEA) has announced an extended version of its Accelerated Linux, fully integrating all processing units on the Xilinx UltraScale+ range of devices, at the Xilinx Developer Forum (XDF) …

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Deal: Galaxy Note 9 bundle with Gear IconX earbuds and wireless charger for $929

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 might be the company’s most impressive smartphone to date, but it is also its most expensive. Today’s deal from Amazon looks to throw in a pair of true wireless Gear IconX earbuds and Samsung’s wireless charging stand for $929. That compares nicely to the Galaxy …

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Here's how to restore deleted applications, succeed!

Currently, Android is one of the operating systems (OS) which are widely applied in various types of smartphones on the market. Not surprisingly, the use of Android smartphones has become a popular thing for its users. Many advantages of Android, especially its features. In addition, Android provides various application options …

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Windows 10 Not Saving Screenshots To Screenshots Folder

Windows 10 allows you to quickly capture the screen by simultaneously pressing Windows logo + PrtSc (Print Screen) keys. The captured screenshot is automatically saved in Pictures > Screenshots folder. We have seen many users complaining that Windows 10 doesn’t automatically save the captured screenshot in the Pictures > Screenshots …

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OnePlus 6T trades in headphone jack for in-screen fingerprint scanner

OnePlus Last month, OnePlus made its troubling announcement: the OnePlus 6T’s omission of the headphone jack. While this riled the feathers of consumers who found the company’s excuse of “timing” to be unconscionable, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau shared with CNET that ditching the headphone jack affords more room for an in-display …

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Why Microsoft’s Linux love affair was inevitable

Anyone who is surprised that the most popular operating system on Microsoft’s Azure cloud is Linux hasn’t been paying attention. Ever since Microsoft decided to believe its own hype about Developers! Developers! Developers!, this was a foregone conclusion. No, not that developers would choose Linux over Windows, but rather that …

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