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Nexus One Gets USB Host Driver From a Dude with an Oscilloscope

For Sven Killig, running Android 2.2 wasn't enough. No sir, this dude wanted even more power for his Nexus One, so he went ahead and...

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Voltage Tweaking Comes To R600+ GPUs On Linux

Earlier this month we reported on vastly improved ATI power management support within the open-source Radeon graphics driver stack for Linux...

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VIA's Linux Strategy Takes A Turn With Hidden Driver

VIA has inconspicuously handed over some of its code to the OpenChrome developers in order to create...

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What Were Novell's Original Goals With RadeonHD?

Earlier this week we reported that Novell was finally dropped the RadeonHD driver from openSUSE as they switch to using the xf86-video-ati driver with kernel mode-setting (KMS) support over using their in-house R500/600/700 driver they had developed as part of AMD's initial open-source strategy for...
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What Do You Want From NVIDIA's Next Driver?

With NVIDIA having released a stable 195.xx Linux driver and are working on a second stable update that's due out in the coming days, the bulk of the driver development work is now focused on their next major driver series. This next major driver release from NVIDIA is the 256.xx series, but what a...
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