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Samsung Chromebook 2 Review

Two years ago, Samsung made the first great Chromebook. It was thin, and light, and had good battery life, but most of all it was a different kind of computer. Chrome OS wasn’t like Windows, which can do absolutely everything on earth including a laundry list of things that only...

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The Intel DRM Graphics Driver Improvements For Linux 3.16

Intel has lined up many graphics driver changes for Linux 3.16 and if you haven't been up to speed with all of our Linux 3.16 coverage, here's a concise overview of the Intel i915 DRM graphics driver changes for this next kernel version...

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Valve Funds Glassy Mesa Development For Better Driver Performance

Valve has funded work by LunarG on a project codenamed "Glassy Mesa" to deliver potential performance improvements on the open-source Mesa graphics driver stack...

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Computex 2014: More Details on Intel’s Broadwell

Intel’s announcement of its first 14nm Broadwell processors was frustratingly short on details. That’s not too surprising since the first systems won’t even show up until the holidays. But Intel executives did offer a few tidbits throughout the week.

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HP Introduces Two-In-One Laptop Plus Tablet for the Enterprise

The Pro x2 612 is a two-in-one HP says it built specifically for business users. While a "notebook first," the tablet can be purchased as a standalone.

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Nouveau On Linux 3.16 Will Allow You To Try Re-Clocking

The Nouveau DRM graphics driver for open-source NVIDIA support hasn't seen any fundamental re-clocking support breakthroughs for the upcoming Linux 3.16 kernel but the support can be easily enabled for select GeForce GPU models...

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