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TurboPrint for Linux Saves the Day-- Again

Even though our friends the giant globalcorps are often not very Linux-friendly, fine people like the TurboPrint developers make it possible to do high-quality Linux printing.
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Larrabee, We Hardly Knew Ye

Intel has announced that Larrabee, the multi-core AMD and NVidia GPU killer, has been canceled.

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Intel Unveils 48-core Cloud Computing Silicon Chip

Intel has unveiled a prototype chip that packs 48 separate processing cores on to a chunk of silicon the size of a postage stamp.
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Report: Apple Accused of NAND Price Manipulation

Industry insiders tell The Korean Times the company orders more flash memory chips than it eventually buys. But just how uncommon is that practice? It's not, an analyst tells CNET.
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Robots for Grandma and Grandpa

We all know the image: A future full of flying cars, meals in pill form, and robots to cater to our every need. (Until, of course, they take over and rule with a — literal — iron fist.)

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