Events

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A perspective from Embedded World 2018. In a small town in Germany, a little north of Munich, there is Nuremberg—a city that has one of the most popular street circuits for DTM and F3 racing. But that’s not what brought me there. In the recent years, Nuremberg has also become the home for deep tech
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CES 2018 wrap-up: cars, IoT, and robots took over

  • January 18, 2018 /
  • by Claudio M. Camacho
This year’s CES slogan was “Feel the whoa.” Yet, after seeing the entire show, I have to ask myself: what “whoa?” Don’t get me wrong: CES 2018 was huge – the biggest ever with over 180,000 visitors from all around the world. But the general feeling was that consumer gadgets are simply losing their fuel.
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We’re revving up boot times at CES 2018

  • January 8, 2018 /
  • by Tiffiny Rossi
Our team’s kicking off yet another new year in Las Vegas at CES. This is our eighth year at the well-known global show for innovators and breakthrough technologies. To jump-start 2018, we’re excited to unveil our newest embedded development service, Tuxera Ultra Fast Boot. To get a feel for our new service, check out our
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SXSW by Shane Allen

SXSW 2017 was hot on car safety

  • March 31, 2017 /
  • by Shane Allen
Earlier this month, Tuxera travelled to SXSW, or South by South West. For those that don’t know, SXSW is a week-long event and exhibition held annually in Austin, Texas, USA. It brings innovative personas and companies from tech, culture, entertainment, and design to one place to discuss what are the next big things. This year’s
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Smart factories are moving to Linux – here’s why

  • March 29, 2017 /
  • by Severi Tikkala
This month Tuxera visited Nuremberg, Germany for the annual embedded world exhibition and conference. Although the hot topic on the floor was IoT security and safety, the event had a hidden gem of insight for those working with embedded software: Linux is now gaining a foothold as the operating system for industrial processes. From the
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Last week, we were at one of the tamest Mobile World Congress (MWC) events I’ve yet to experience. As far as smartphones and tablets go, it’s hard to say anything was truly mind-blowing or disruptive. There were some eye-dazzling phones out there, however. OPPO, for example, impressed with both their 5X dual camera technology, plus a stunning user interface that resembles Apple’s iOS. That
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As usual, this year’s CES was overflowing with gadgets from weird to wonderful. From my perspective, the most prominent trends were: cars, augmented and virtual reality, and robots. And, unlike previous years, smart TVs and drones were much less dominant at the event. You’ve probably seen many of the best CES wrap-ups from the tech
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Get amped up for CES 2017

  • January 3, 2017 /
  • by Tiffiny Rossi
CES 2017 is set for takeoff! We’ve got our own crew in Las Vegas gearing up for the popular consumer electronics fair. But why should a software company be at an event that’s all about the gadgets? For starters, our AllConnect casting app was named a CES 2017 Innovation Award Honoree. The app will be
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