Open Embedded Linux Entertainment Center (OpenELEC) is a small Linux distribution built from scratch as a platform to turn your computer into a Kodi (previously XBMC) media center. OpenELEC is designed to make your system boot fast, and the install is so easy that anyone can turn a blank PC into a media machine in less than 15 minutes.
- It’s completely free!
- A full install is only 90-125MB using only minimal hardware requirements
- Simple installers & diskimages for HDD, SSD, Compact Flash, SD card, USB etc.
- Now one generic build for Nvidia, AMD, Intel based on x64/x86-64 hardware
- Separate builds for Raspberry Pi 1 and 2, and Apple TV (upto v4.2.1, now deprecated)
- Freescale iMX6 ARM builds for Cubox-i, CuboxTV and Hummingboard boxes
- Simple configuration through the Kodi & OpenELEC interfaces
- Plug and Play external storage
- File sharing via the SAMBA file protocol out-of-the-box
Corning, whose Gorilla Glass display covers front Apple’s iPhones and Samsung’s Galaxy smartphones, is developing a new material that combines the toughness of Gorilla with a scratch-resistance that comes close to sapphire.
Corning Incorporated is one of the world’s leading innovators in materials science. For more than 160 years, Corning has applied its unparalleled expertise in specialty glass, ceramics, and optical physics to develop products that have transformed people’s lives. Today, Corning’s products enable diverse industries such as consumer electronics, telecommunications, transportation, and life sciences. Learn more about how Corning collaborates closely with customers and applies its unique combination of material and process expertise to solve tough technology challenges.
Basically, if your PC can run Windows 8.1, you’re good to go. If you’re not sure, don’t worry—Windows will check your system to make sure it can install the preview.
Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster
RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB) (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit)
Free hard disk space: 16 GB
Graphics card: Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver
A Microsoft account and Internet access
Test your URL in the Mobile-Friendly Test tool now that your website software version or themes are up to date. If you get a “mobile-friendly” score, you’re done!
If you don’t have a mobile device available, there are alternatives:
If you are using Google Chrome, there is a “mobile device emulation” feature in Chrome Developer Tools. These tools are found under the Chrome menu View > Developer > Developer Tools. Visit the Device Mode documentation to learn about the emulation feature.
Develop locally then see the changes instantly on your mobile device with our cross-platform app
- No need to re-sign, re-compile, or reinstall your app to test your code.
- Access to the device APIs that aren’t available in web browsers.