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RadeonSI Gallium3D Driver To Be Enabled For Android

With the latest Mesa patch series by Chih-Wei Huang of Android-x86, the AMD RadeonSI Gallium3D driver is to be enabled...

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The Current Open-Source OpenCL Experience On Fedora

With the open-source OpenCL news this week about Beignet working on OpenCL 2.0 support and Intel Cherryview now supporting OpenCL, I decided to see how the open-source OpenCL support is shaping up for the soon-to-be-released Fedora 22...

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Intel Cherryview Now Supports OpenCL On Linux

Intel's been working on open-source Linux support for Cherryview for more than one year while finally one of the last pieces of the hardware enablement puzzle has landed: OpenCL support for Cherryview...

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HP Launches Ubuntu Laptops, PCs in Russia

OMG! Ubuntu! HP laptops and PCs pre-loaded with Ubuntu are to go on sale in Russia from the middle of May, Canonical has announced. The post HP Launch Ubuntu Laptops, PCs in Russia first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.

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NVIDIA 346.72 Linux Driver Brings Few Fixes

NVIDIA announced the release yesterday of the 346.72 driver, which is their latest binary Linux update in the long-lived 346 branch...

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Dell Vostro Notebooks Bring Broadwell Power for $349 and Up

Dell has been coming back to life in the last few weeks. The company finally pushed the long promised Android 5.0.2 Lollipop update for its Venue 8 7840 tablet, and today it is releasing a bunch of new laptops. They are called Vostro 14 and Vostro 15 and are targeted...

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