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New Atom Platform Opens I/O to Third Parties

Intel announced a new Atom processor aimed at embedded devices and in-car infotainment platforms. The & Tunnel Creek& CPU offers an onboard graphics controller, memory controller, and audio, linking to a separate I/O controller via a standard PCI Express interface, according to the company....
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Intel to Deliver 48-Core Research Chips

Last week PCWorld reported that Intel has plans to ship an experimental 48-core chip to researchers by the end of the second quarter...
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Linux Tools Support Cortex-A8-based 802.11n Module

Timesys announced a partnership with Digi International, making the company the preferred commercial Linux solutions provider for Digi's ConnectCore Wi-i.MX51 wireless module. Timesys' LinuxLink embedded development framework now supports the Wi-i.MX51 module, based on Freescale's Cortex-A8-based i...
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Hacker Previews Custom 3.21 PS3 Firmware with Linux Support

Hacker George Hotz has announced that he has successfully created his own custom firmware for the PlayStation 3 console that doesn't lose OtherOS support following the recent 3.21 update from Sony...
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AMD Launches FirePro V8800 Graphics Card

More than a year ago AMD rolled out the ATI FirePro V8700 workstation graphics card and months later then pushed out the FirePro V8750 as their new ultra high-end graphics card for those engaging in CAD, imaging, and other tasks. Now though AMD has unveiled the FirePro V8800 series that replaces th...
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