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The Linux Supercomputers We Secretly Fear Will Become Sentient

What can you do with 17.5 million petaflops that you can't do with a fancy, quad core i7 desktop PC?

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Red Hat Pulls the Strings on Server Management with Satellite 6

Red Hat is now testing the latest iteration of its Satellite server management technology with a beta release of Satellite 6.

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NVIDIA Contributes Re-Clocking Code To Nouveau For The GK20A

One of the biggest challenges with the Nouveau open-source graphics driver for NVIDIA graphics hardware in recent times has been with regard to GPU / video memory re-clocking. As a minor step forward, NVIDIA has contributed re-clocking patches for the GK20A graphics processor...

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AMD Publishes Open-Source Linux HSA Kernel Driver

AMD has just published a massive patch-set for the Linux kernel that finally implements a HSA (Heterogeneous System Architecture) in open-source. The set of 83 patches implement a Linux HSA driver for Radeon family GPUs and serves too as a sample driver for other HSA-compatible devices. This big driver in...

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The First Chromebook With a Core i3 Processor is Here

Chromebooks are best known for being simple, pared-down devices that browse the web and don't do much else. As a result, aside from the exhorbitantly expensive Chromebook Pixel, most Chromebooks have underpowered processors when compared with more fully featured laptops. Google and Intel promised that would change to some extent earlier...

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Chromebooks: Going Offline to Compete

Critics of the Chromebook mistakenly believe that once offline users can’t do anything. This isn’t true and Google is taking steps to make that clear.

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