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AMD Profits from Fast-Ramping Fusion Chip Sales

Advanced Micro Devices is seeing results from the aggressive rollout of its Fusion processors, including its & Brazos& and & Llano& devices. Despite an overall softening of the PC market, and a continuing search for a CEO, the company turned a $61 million profit in the second quarter of its...

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Linux 3.0 Scrubs up Btrfs, Gets More Xen

Linux 3.0 has been released, featuring a storage backend for Xen virtualization and an antifrag and data-scrubbing features for the Btrfs filesystem. Meanwhile, Thomas Gleixner released a major new, real-time Linux patch that will ready Linux 3.0 for highly-deterministic applications....

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Intel Touts Record Revenue and 'Ultrabook' Initiative

Reporting results for the second quarter of its financial year, Intel said Atom processor revenues have dropped by 15 percent, and lowered its forecast for 2011 PC sales to around nine percent. But revenue and net income were respectively up 22 percent and 10 percent year-over-year, marking a & fifth...

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Mini-ITX Signage Board Upgrades to Dual-Core Processor

Via Technologies announced a Mini-ITX motherboard that includes a dual-core Nano X2 E-Series processor and, with an optional S3-based graphics module, can support four displays, The VB8004 offers up to 4GB of DDR3 memory, includes HDMI, LVDS, and DVI ports, and provides a special 90-pin I/O connector....

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Lenovo's Honeycomb Tablets Feature Netflix

Lenovo announced two Android 3.1 tablets: a consumer-oriented IdeaPad Tablet K1 claimed to be the first tablet to offer Netflix, and a business-focused ThinkPad Tablet. Each tablet follows the Honeycomb script by offering an Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, a 10.1-inch WXGA display, and dual cameras, but the ThinkPad also features...

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