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Leopardboard 
The Leopardboard is a full featured, ultra low cost, small form factor system that includes the DM355 processor board and a VGA camera board to provide VGA resolution capture. Linux distros supported.

Beagleboard 
The USB-powered BeagleBoard and BeagleBoard-xM platforms deliver laptop-like performance and expansion capabilities based on TI’s ARM® Cortex™-A8 family of solutions.

CraneBoard 
The CraneBoard is a low-cost, open-source hardware development platform based on the AM3517 Sitara™ ARM® Cortex™-A8 microprocessor.

Pandora 
Pandora is designed as an ultra portable open source computer with gaming controls, it is very small, around about the same size as a DS. It can easily fit in your pocket.

Bug Labs 
BUG is a modular, open source system for building devices. Find out what BUG can do for you.



Diva 
Diva is a CPU module by Dave based on Texas Instruments "Sitara" AM335x Cortex-A8 application processor. Diva is suitable for PRU applications, industrial HMIs and portable applications.


GStreamer 
GStreamer is an open source library for building multimedia applications (media players, capture encoders, etc.).


LaunchPad 
LaunchPad is an easy-to-use development tool intended for beginners and experienced users alike for creating microcontroller-based applications – Starting at $9.99.


Energia 
Energia is a free and open-source software for the maker-friendly LaunchPad hardware. It is a development environment based on Processing, and is for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows.
Neuros 
The Neuros OSD3 is intended as an open set top box that allows users to view internet based media content using their home media center as well as capture media content and record it for later playback.

Always Innovating 
Always Innovating produces the world's first netbook with a detachable keyboard, 10-hour battery life, touchscreen with 3D user interface, internal USB slots and is supported by a strong open source community.

Maemo 
Maemo is a software platform that is mostly based on open source code and powers mobile devices such as the Nokia N810 Internet.

OpenLink 
OpenLink™ community provides open, comprehensive access to Texas Instruments' connectivity technology drivers. As a one-stop-shop for resources, support, product information and more, this community provides a centralized location to make connectivity-related designs more efficient, timely and distinctive.


Hawkboard 
An open community board for OMAPL-138 – An ARM9 and C674x Floating Point DSP Application Processor.




OMAPworld 
Enables innovative devices and services to market on all leading mobile operating systems, including Android, Linux, LiMo, Symbian OS™ and Microsoft® Windows® Mobile.

Incoherent Labs 
Incoherent Labs designs and builds open source hardware and software systems featuring BeetleBoard: a low-power, low-cost, yet full-featured, 16-bit microcontroller board with integrated USB and over 50 I/O pins based on the Texas Instruments MSP430F5529.

PandaBoard 
PandaBoard is a, low cost, open mobile software development platform that enables fast, and easy development. PandaBoard is based on the OMAP4430 applications processor which features the dual-core ARM® Cortex™-A9 MPCore.

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