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  1. Android News

    This Andromeda Box launched in 2015, and it runs Google's Brillo OS

    There's been a lot of talk about an unannounced operating system from Google with the codename Andromeda. Interestingly enough, Marvell released an IoT platform called the Andromeda Box that ran Google's Brillo operating system.
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    Samsung, Qualcomm, Intel and others create the Open Connectivity Foundation

    IoT in the home is about to get an even bigger push with the Open Connectivity Foundation. This alliance consists of ARRIS, CableLabs, Cisco, Electrolux, GE Digital, Intel, Microsoft, Qualcomm, and Samsung(among others). The idea is similar to Google's Brillo, where these companies will come up...
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    ASUS Announces a Smart Home Gateway and a Rugged Chromebook for Classrooms

    At CES 2016, ASUS has announced a pair of products for the new year. Firstly is a smart gateway for the home that uses Google's Brillo platform and the Weave communication protocol. Secondly is a rugged Chromebook that is aimed at classrooms around the world. The device is called the C202 and...
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    Google releases source code for Brillo, their internet of things platform

    Google's promise to make Brillo open source is being fulfilled, as the company has recently released its source code. Brillo is one of the platforms Google is building to make the future of IoT (internet of things, connected devices) more blissful.
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    An Introduction to Brillo, the OS for IoT

    Google's vision with Brillo is to bring the simplicity and speed of software development to hardware by joining together three things. First, an OS based on Android. Second, core services that enable a great getting started experience and allow you to operate at scale. Third, a developer kit...