Category Archives: Video Reel
“In this video from CES, Qualcomm demonstrates its own Linux-based home automation platform AllJoyn, the open source project supported by the AllSeen Alliance (a Linux Foundation collaborative project.) Companies such as LG, Panasonic, Haier, Sharp and Silicon Image are working with Qualcomm to make the various devices that comprise the Internet of Things work together using AllJoyn. Qualcomm product manager Liat Ben-Zur shows how the system can monitor connected appliances, lighting, security, door knobs, TVs, and even a teddy bear, and send notifications to each other via AllJoyn.” – http://www.linux.com
As always you check out all of Jupiter Broadcasting’s shows at http://www.jupiterbroadcasting.com
An interesting perspective on what happend to the tiny Steam box that ran out of Gas
I wanted to share this video, largly due to it affects all of us, even Linux users. A hot topic right now, no doubt. Enjoy.
Thanks in big part to Numberphile on Youtube
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“For the past year, I’ve been looking at the implementation of X.org code. both client and server. During this presentation, I’ll give an overview of the good, the bad and the ugly.”
A quick overview of Puddletag for Linux. This video is also a part of the software featurette for Puddletag located here.
A video I shot this morning detailing my horribly put together, but functioning, SteamOS box. Some of the troubleshooting I did with this machine will show up in the “SteamOS Workarounds” featured article at the top of the site (if not search for SteamOS at the top of the page). I really apologize for the shakiness this time around.
Comments or corrections can be left below or on Youtube. I had to use a digital camera, rather than my phone, since the lay Cyanogen Mod update lef the video function unusable for the moment. Youtube is currently processing a software fix on the shakiness. Apologies.