TechCrunch’s Alpha Stim device is a Linux device that will automatically start up the audio device on demand when it detects a certain kind of audio signal.
The Alpha Stim is essentially a Raspberry Pi powered by the Linux kernel.
The device has the ability to scan a Linux system and determine if it’s connected to a Wi-Fi network.
If the Wi-FI network is not present, the device will automatically turn off and disable the audio system.
The hardware is already being used in a number of applications for Bluetooth, wireless communication, and Bluetooth devices.
A Linux version of the Alpha Stim, the Alpha 2, has already been developed by a small startup called Togami.
The Togamis Alpha 2 is also capable of powering a number other devices.
Togaming Labs has released an alpha version of an Android phone running an Alpha Stim as well.
Togs Android phone has a 4.7-inch screen, and it has an 8MP camera and 1GB of RAM.
It is available for $399.