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AMD Reveals Upcoming Catalyst Driver Changes

While AMD does not generally reveal planned changes and feature road-maps publicly for their Catalyst driver in advance of the given driver's public release, over the night they have announced a few upcoming changes. Last night AMD issued a press release announcing a set of changes coming for the 1...
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Intel Brings Nehalem to Embedded Xeon

"Jasper Forest" aims to take key features of Nehalem and merge them with other new enhancements for the embedded processor market.
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AMD's First 'Fusion' Chip on Track

The first 'Fusion' processor will have a lot of firsts. AMD is taking quite a risk with this chip due out next year, but feels it has everything on track and under control.
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Cortex-A8-based HMI Kit Supports Linux, Android

TES Electronics is shipping a Linux- and Android-ready hardware/software development kit for home automation, transportation entertainment systems, and industrial displays. The Magik-MX Kit offers a module based on a TI OMAP3530 system-on-chip, an I/O board, a seven-inch multi-touch display, and TE...
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TI Spins Single Chip for WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and FM

TI (Texas Instruments) says it is now sampling the industry's first single chip to provide 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth, FM transmit/receive, and a GPS receiver. The WiLink 7.0 reduces costs by 30 percent, trims size by 50 percent, and has hardware mechanisms that cancel out any interference between ra...
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