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Preliminary Tests Of Intel Sandy Bridge & Ivy Bridge vs. Broadwell

Chances are if you have a Haswell ultrabook/laptop, you're probably not looking at upgrading to a new Broadwell design unless your Haswell laptop had hardware issues, you really need a longer battery life via more power efficient hardware, or you just fall in love with one of the new Broadwell...

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Chromebook "Rush" With 64-bit Tegra SoC Support Lands In Coreboot

Coreboot now has support for the "Tegra132" 64-bit Denver NVIDIA Tegra SoC as well as a new Google Chromebook that's codenamed "Rush" and using this NVIDIA ARMv8 platform...

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​Librem 15, the First Free Software GNU/Linux Laptop, Makes Funding Goal

The Librem 15 Linux laptop has surpassed the $250,000 goal it needed to launch.

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My Initial Intel Broadwell Linux Experience With The ThinkPad X1 Carbon

On Thursday my Broadwell-powered Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon laptop/ultrabook finally arrived for some Linux testing of Intel's exciting Haswell successor. 

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Acer Unveils 2 New Chromebooks for Education

The new Acer Chromebooks include an 11.6-inch machine and a 15.6-inch machine, both built to take tough punishment from students in school and home situations.

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