Welcome to Barcelona, Bug 2.0!

BUG 2.0 - SMALLToday’s a big day for the BUG team. We are reporting to you from the 2010 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain with some really exciting news and some really incredible demos (be sure to check back for updates as they come in). If you have not yet heard the big news, we announced this morning a new addition to the BUG family of products – BUG 2.0. The second generation BUG will be a big leap forward for our little rapid prototyping device. We will be releasing plenty of details in the coming months on all of the planned enhancements, but right now all we can tell you is that the new BUG will have support for Android development and will be based on the Texas Instruments OMAP3 platform, allowing for full BeagleBoard compatibility. We are always looking to bring the open hardware movement to larger and larger communities of developers, and BUG 2.0 will meet that goal in a very big way. If you would like more info, be sure to check out the full press release HERE.

We will have many more updates coming out of Barcelona from Monday to Thursday. Be sure to check back often for the latest from Peter, the BUG team, and some of the incredible businesses we are working with on the ground here at the conference.

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6 Responses to “Welcome to Barcelona, Bug 2.0!”

  1. Bug 2.0 – OMAP3, BeagleBoard compatible and Android development support « adafruit industries blog Says:

    [...] Bug 2.0!… OMAP3, BeagleBoard compatible and Android development support – good stuff! Today’s a big day for the BUG team. We are reporting to you from the 2010 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain with some really exciting news and some really incredible demos (be sure to check back for updates as they come in). If you have not yet heard the big news, we announced this morning a new addition to the BUG family of products – BUG 2.0. The second generation BUG will be a big leap forward for our little rapid prototyping device. We will be releasing plenty of details in the coming months on all of the planned enhancements, but right now all we can tell you is that the new BUG will have support for Android development and will be based on the Texas Instruments OMAP3 platform, allowing for full BeagleBoard compatibility. We are always looking to bring the open hardware movement to larger and larger communities of developers, and BUG 2.0 will meet that goal in a very big way. If you would like more info, be sure to check out the full press release HERE. [...]

  2. Ricardo quaresma in Barcelona : Ricardo Quaresma Says:

    [...] Bug Blogger » Blog Archive » Welcome to Barcelona, Bug 2.0! [...]

  3. Bug Labs Unveils The BUG 2.0 Platform, Support For Android Development - PSFK Says:

    [...] of LEGOs – has announced an upgrade to its existing ecosystem with the introduction of BUG 2.0 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today. The next generation unit will support Android [...]

  4. Bug 2.0 – OMAP3, BeagleBoard compatible and Android development support - www.vacau.com - Deep Web News Radio Says:

    [...] Bug 2.0!… OMAP3, BeagleBoard compatible and Android development support – solid 2.0 release! Todayâ”s a big day for the BUG team. We are reporting to you from the 2010 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain with some really exciting news and some really incredible demos (be sure to check back for updates as they come in). If you have not yet heard the big news, we announced this morning a new addition to the BUG family of products â BUG 2.0. The second generation BUG will be a big leap forward for our little rapid prototyping device. We will be releasing plenty of details in the coming months on all of the planned enhancements, but right now all we can tell you is that the new BUG will have support for Android development and will be based on the Texas Instruments OMAP3 platform, allowing for full BeagleBoard compatibility. We are always looking to bring the open hardware movement to larger and larger communities of developers, and BUG 2.0 will meet that goal in a very big way. If you would like more info, be sure to check out the full press release HERE. [...]

  5. Bug 2.0 – OMAP3, BeagleBoard compatible and Android development support - www.comxa.com - Deep Web News Radio Says:

    [...] Bug 2.0!… OMAP3, BeagleBoard compatible and Android development support – solid 2.0 release! Todayâ”s a big day for the BUG team. We are reporting to you from the 2010 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain with some really exciting news and some really incredible demos (be sure to check back for updates as they come in). If you have not yet heard the big news, we announced this morning a new addition to the BUG family of products â BUG 2.0. The second generation BUG will be a big leap forward for our little rapid prototyping device. We will be releasing plenty of details in the coming months on all of the planned enhancements, but right now all we can tell you is that the new BUG will have support for Android development and will be based on the Texas Instruments OMAP3 platform, allowing for full BeagleBoard compatibility. We are always looking to bring the open hardware movement to larger and larger communities of developers, and BUG 2.0 will meet that goal in a very big way. If you would like more info, be sure to check out the full press release HERE. [...]

  6. bugfan Says:

    Android support would be great! when will the bug 2.0 be available?

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