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N550 - First mobile, dual-core Atom processor released

Good news for netbook users - netbooks just got faster and battery life just got better. Intel has released its first dual-core mobile Atom processor.

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Parted Magic 5.3 improves memory usage

The third point update to the 5.x branch of the multi-platform partitioning tool features a number of updated packages, improved memory usage and drops support for the GRUB4DOS ISO...

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 On Linux

NVIDIA formally introduced the GeForce 400 "Fermi" graphics card series in late March when rolling out the GeForce GTX 470 and 480. This launch was followed by the GeForce GTX 465 availability in late May and then in the middle of July there was the launch of the GeForce GTX...

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The Linux 2.6.36-rc2 Kernel Is Out With An Announcement

The Linux 2.6.36-rc2 kernel has been released this Sunday afternoon and this time around there's an announcement of the release by Linus Torvalds (he lacked announcing 2.6.36-rc1; Phoronix was one of the few places reporting on it). The 2.6.36-rc2 kernel release brings mostly bug/regression fixes, but compared to the Linux...

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Mini PC includes dual-core Atom, Ion 2 graphics

Shuttle says it's now shipping a mini PC that comes with a dual-core Intel Atom D510 CPU and is available with Nvidia Ion 2 graphics. The XS35 includes an Ethernet port, five USB ports, plus both HDMI and VGA video outputs, the company says....

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