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Five Questions About Open Innovation, Open Source, and NASA with Molly Dix of RTI

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to meet Molly Dix and Jeff Cope, who run the Open Innovation Advisory Services group at RTI.

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Hitachi-LG Hybrid Drive Does Away with HDD

A second-generation Hitachi-LG hybrid optical drive can eliminate the need for a hard disk drive in laptops.

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Mesa 7.9 Has Now Been Released

Just as planned, Mesa 7.9 has now been released! This 7.9 release of this open-source graphics library is huge with a plethora of Gallium3D improvements (to the drivers, state trackers, etc), core Mesa improvements (including new OpenGL extensions), a new GLSL compiler, and much more...

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Interview: MATLAB Support for GPUs a Game-Changer

When Nvidia kicked off the GPU conference a couple of week ago, one of the first things they announced was that MATLAB now supports GPUs.

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Wine 1.3.4 Adds ARM Architecture Support

The Wine Project has released version 1.3.4 of Wine, adding support for the ARM Platform and several other features...

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ATI R600 Classic Mesa 7.9 Performance

As we have talked about in numerous articles now and delivered various benchmarks for different graphics processors from those using a classic Mesa DRI driver to the newer NVIDIA/ATI hardware with Gallium3D support, Mesa 7.9 brings a lot to the table. There are many new features to be found in...

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