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Can ARM Come Between Microsoft and Intel?

When someone asks who the giants of the semiconductor industry are, the names of Intel's founders, Gordon Moore and Robert Noyce, float to the top of my mind.

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Low-Power ARM9 SoC Gains Linux Support

Timesys released a version of its LinuxLink development framework for a Texas Instruments (TI) ARM9 SoC that targets low-power devices, ranging from medical instrumentation to industrial control systems.
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Keeping In Touch: A Guide To Linux Audio Comm Channels

Recently I asked readers for suggestions regarding Linux audio topics they'd like to read about in my articles. One response suggested a survey of the various Internet communications channels for Linux-based musicians.
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Computer Logic Design with KTechLab

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote an article about a digital and analog circuit simulator called ksimus.
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Cisco Launches Linux Powered Wireless-N Router

Cisco has announced the launch of a new Linux powered Wireless-N broadband router with Storage Link and media sharing functionality...
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