In an effort to give more information about the what's happening at Always Innovating, we have created this news page that we will try to update as frequently as possible. Don't hesitate to put a feed alert on this page to know what is happening at Always Innovating:
Fri January 4, 2013: Announcing the MeCam! — by Gregoire Gentil
Always Innovating is pleased to announce a revolutionary new concept: the MeCam, a self video nano copter to point-and-shoot yourself. Discover all the details of this new innovation here.
Tue February 21, 2012: Pandaboard ES ICS is here! — by Gregoire Gentil
Always Innovating is pleased to announce the upgrade of its Pandaboard Ice Cream Sandwich image to 4.0.3 which also includes support for the Pandaboard ES. Find out more on the Pandaboard groups.
Thu January 12, 2012: Announcing the HDMI Dongle — by Gregoire Gentil
Always Innovating is announcing its latest innovation, the HDMI Dongle. Please visit the product page to read about this innovative new product.
Mon January 9, 2012: Pandaboard ICS is here! — by Gregoire Gentil
Always Innovating is pleased to announce a full feature 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich image for the Pandaboard. Find out more on the Pandaboard groups.
Mon March 28, 2011: Beagleboard Super-Jumbo is here! — by Alexandre Tisserant
Always Innovating is pleased to announce Super-Jumbo for the Beagleboard family (also compatible with Touch Book & Smart Book), which is no less than the 2011-03.a Touch Book release made available for Beagleboards. Watch the demo and find out more on our dedicated page!
Fri March 18, 2011: Release of the 2011-03.a — by Alexandre Tisserant
This release mainly brings Android v2.3 Gingerbread on the Touch Book, as well as a first build of Chromium OS - which is then publicly available for the first time on an OMAP3 platform. The hot multi-OS switching capability from AIOS now supports Ubuntu Maverick, Android Gingerbread, and ChromiumOS 0.10. Please read the forum announcement, the change log and the release notes for more information.
Tue December 7, 2010: Release of the 2010-12.a — by Alexandre Tisserant
This release brings some necessary bug fixes (like the wifi connection in Android), as well as efforts to stick to upstream OpenEmbeeded developments. The hot multi-OS switching capability from AIOS is available again as well. Please read the forum announcement, the change log and the release notes for more information.
Tue November 9, 2010: Release of the 2010-11.a — by Alexandre Tisserant
Most efforts have been put on Android for this release, which has been upgraded to the latest 2.2 Froyo and is the default booted OS of the system. Ubuntu has also been upgraded to the latest Maverick Meerkat 10.10. Please read the forum announcement, the change log and the release notes for more information.
Thu September 30, 2010: Upgrade your pre-order — by Alexandre Tisserant
Existing Touch Book customers who have pre-ordered before the Smart Book release can get an upgraded unit, and still keep their place in the queue. Please read the special upgrade page for more information and choose your upgrade option.
Wed September 22, 2010: Release of the 2010-09.a — by Alexandre Tisserant
This release is a major upgrade of AIOS which now features hot multi-OS switching. It also brings an updated Ubuntu 10.04 LTS as well as Android Eclair 2.1. Please read the forum announcement and the change log for more information.
Tue September 14, 2010: Announcing the Smart Book — by Gregoire Gentil
We are announcing our latest and craziest innovation, the Smart Book. Browse the website to know everything about this new device. We target to have the product available for the end of the year.
Wed May 19, 2010: Want to join our team? — by Alexandre Tisserant
We are currently offering part-time positions in our Help Desk team. Please take a look at the job description to know more. Feel free to contact us for more informations!
Thu April 8, 2010: Release of the 2010-03.a — by Alexandre Tisserant
Various enhancements have been added to this release (webcam and usb-to-vga support, youtube interface, mail client, better touch interface...), as well as a better reinstallation process. Read the change log for more information.
Important note: please read this wiki page if you want to upgrade your system with this release.
Fri March 12, 2010: Join the developers mailing list — by Alexandre Tisserant
The developer mailing list is now fully operational. Please visit the contributors page on the wiki to know more. Subscription is easy and free!
Thu March 4, 2010: Win a free Touch Book Keyboard! — by Alexandre Tisserant
We have some stock of Touch Book Keyboards that are fully functional but slightly scratched at the bottom, so we can't ship them to new customers. Therefore, we would like to give them to our existing AI customers. How to win one? Just be part of the community!
Mon January 18, 2010: Release of the 2010-01.b — by Gregoire Gentil
In this release, the multi-boot is enabled by default. The Ubuntu image is at the level of the AI OS image in terms of features. New games have been added as well as support for GPS and 3G USB dongles. Read the change log for more information. To update, please read this.
Mon January 4, 2010: Release of the 2010-01.a — by Gregoire Gentil
This release is basically a clean up of 2009-12.a. Read the change log for more information. To update, please read this.
Tue December 22, 2009: Release of the 2009-12.a — by Gregoire Gentil
This release brings a lot of new features, including a multi-boot experience, an Ubuntu and Android images, and as usual, many fixes and enhancements. Read the change log for more information. To update, please read this.
Tue November 10, 2009: Release of the 2009-11.a — by Gregoire Gentil
Following the feed-back and reports of our customers, we have fixed many issues in the image to make it as good and stable as possible. We think that we have achieved an interesting stage and all the key features have been improved. We advised our customers to give it a try. Read the change log for more information. To update, please read this.
Thu November 5, 2009: Improvement of the device balance — by Gregoire Gentil
Following the feed-back of our early customers, we have designed a small piece to improve the balance of the Touch Book. You can visit this page for more information.
Mon October 26, 2009: Release of the git AI OS — by Gregoire Gentil
We have released our git repository which can build the Always Innovating OS. If you want to cross the Always Innovating OS, please follow the steps described in this wiki page.
Tue September 29, 2009: Release of the 2009-09.c image — by Gregoire Gentil
We have released 2009-09.c which brings a few corrections after 2009-09.b. This image has been used for the September shipment. Read the change log for more information. To update, please read this.
Fri September 25, 2009: Release of the 2009-09.b image — by Gregoire Gentil
We have released 2009-09.b which brings so many new exciting features, including stable Hulu, an iPhone game, an 3D ebook reader prototype. This release also brings much more stability. Read the change log for more information. To update, please read this.
Tue September 8, 2009: Release of the 2009-09.a image — by Gregoire Gentil
We have released 2009-09.a which brings many fixes, upgrades and enhancements. Read the change log for more information. Still no automatic push, and still in beta but this release is much more complete. To update, please read this.
Tue August 25, 2009: Release of the 2009-08.b image — by Gregoire Gentil
We have released 2009-08.b which brings a bunch of critical issues. Read the change log. As we are still in the beta phase, the image won't be automatically pushed. Read the wiki to find out how to update your Touch Book.
Sat August 22, 2009: Kernel on wiki — by Gregoire Gentil
The Always Innovating OS kernel has been published on the wiki.
Sun August 23, 2009: Chat room — by Gregoire Gentil
There is a newly created chatroom #touchbook on irc.freenode.net. Join and chat with us about the Touch Book.