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ARM Worried About Economic Uncertainty

ARM, which powers a diverse array of hardware ranging from smartphones to servers, is bracing itself for subdued sales to continue into the second half of the year as consumers put off purchasing gadgets.

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Intel Quad-Core SoC Processors Detailed in Leaked Documents

Leaked documents suggest that Intel's new Atom System-on-a-Chip processors will come in one, two, and four core variants, have clocks speeds ranging from 1.2GHz to 2.4GHz, and feature a 7th-generation GPU that is up to seven times faster than current Atom offerings.

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Interconnects Are Newest Twist in Intel vs. ARM

Over at EE Times, Rick Merritt writes that interconnects are the newest front in the war over server microprocessors between Intel and ARM. Intel is widely expected to implement in future Xeon processors the interconnect technology from a spate of recent acquisitions. Server and adapter makers believe such a move...

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MPlayer2 Patches To Support Wayland

MPlayer2, the fork of MPlayer, now has patches to support this video player while running on Wayland...

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Oracle Releases Unscheduled Fix for Critical Vulnerability

A security vulnerability in Oracle's database servers which was recently revealed at the Black Hat conference has been fixed by a patch released outside of the normal four-monthly patch cycle...

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