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Clean-tech entrepreneurs aim to make modular solar-powered electronics projects fun and fast with palm-size squares that snap together via embedded magnets.
Flash for Android phones is growing nearer: Bsquare plans on Wednesday to discuss a deal to port the Adobe technology to Google's Android operating system.
Bsquare says it's putting Adobe Flash Lite on Dell's Android Netbook. What Dell Android Netbook?
The handheld-software maker announces a design for a PDA that is built around Intel's XScale chip and Microsoft's operating system for embedded devices.
Bsquare, which helps companies develop software for handheld computers and other small devices, has named Brian Turner president and chief operating officer. Turner also will continue as chief financial officer for the Bellevue, Wash.-based company. Leila Kirske has been promoted to vice president of finance and administration to take on some of Turner's financial duties, the company said Friday.
RealNetworks, which sells software for streaming media, and Bsquare, which helps companies develop software for handheld computers and other small devices, said they would create a version of the RealPlayer for Microsoft's Windows CE and Windows NT embedded operating systems. Bsquare will offer the software to manufacturers of home consumer devices, providing services for licensing and integration. The deal comes amid a pitched battle by streaming media providers to get their software onto cell phones and small computing devices. Microsoft, which in addition to its operating systems makes the Windows Media Player streaming software, this year forged partnerships with Texas Instruments and NTT DoCoMo to put Windows Media onto handheld computers. RealNetworks also has a deal with Texas Instruments, and last year said Nokia would put the RealPlayer in its new smart phones.
InfoMove, a wireless Internet provider for automobiles, closed a $5.5 million second round of funding, including an investment from Greg Maffei, Microsoft's former chief financial officer. Maffei is now chief executive at 360networks, formerly Worldwide Fiber. Other investors included Garage.com, The Broe Companies, Bsquare, Encompass Europe, NTT-ME and Mitsui Comtek. InfoMove plans to launch its in-car Net service, which will offer traffic updates, news, weather, stock quotes, sports scores and other location-based information, during the third quarter.
Handheld PC users now have a way to print their documents with technology from Bsquare Development.