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Intel Seals Purchase of Infineon Wireless Unit

Chip giant says Infineon's former wireless solutions business is now a standalone unit called Intel Mobile Communications and will bolster its Wi-Fi and 4G WiMax products.

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3.0-Iveland Beta 3 Advances OpenBenchmarking.org

Only a week has passed since issuing Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 Beta 2, but some worthwhile code has landed making it time to release a third beta of the forthcoming open-source Phoronix Test Suite 3.0 "Iveland" benchmarking software to tag a new Hawaii-based build from my coding sprint. In particular,...

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Will The Catalyst Driver Work On Ubuntu 11.04 At Launch?

For the past few years there's been a tradition where AMD supplies Canonical with an early snapshot of their very latest Catalyst driver prior to the next Ubuntu release. This hasn't been done to ensure Ubuntu ships with any magical graphics driver features (in some cases though it can provide...

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NVIDIA 260.19.36 Driver Released; 270.xx Coming Soon

On Friday the NVIDIA engineers working on their proprietary Linux driver put out a new driver update. This new driver update is marked NVIDIA 260.19.36 Certified, but it brings just three official changes...

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Further Testing Shows More Hope For ATI Gallium3D

A week ago I reported on the open-source ATI driver becoming a lot faster thanks to the KMS page-flipping support finally landing in the mainline Linux kernel and xf86-video-ati driver, tiling improvements, and lots of work going into the R300g/R600g Gallium3D drivers. The open-source ATI Gallium3D is not conclusively faster...

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