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Thin client supports dual displays

The U.K. firm Netvoyager announced a thin client that runs Linux and provides dual-display support, with both VGA and DVI outputs.

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Apple, Dell luxury laptops: Once cool, now old

Luxury ultrathin laptops from Apple and Dell were once ultra-hip. Now they quietly age at Apple and Dell online stores.

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Netbook has 14-hour battery life, Bluetooth 3.0

Samsung announced a netbook claimed to offer up to 13.8 hours of battery life.

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LLVMpipe Still Is Slow At Running OpenGL On The CPU

Two months ago we published our initial benchmarks of LLVMpipe, the Gallium3D driver that accelerated commands on the CPU rather than any GPU and unlike other Linux software rasterizers is...

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Intel ups tablet ammo with MeeGo, Android 2.2 for x86

Software development for portable devices and tablet PCs is ramping up in a big way at Intel with the processor giant now backing Google’s Android for x86 computers alongside its own MeeGo operating system.

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Benchmarks Of The Latest Nouveau Gallium3D Driver

In recent weeks we have published a number of benchmarks showcasing the ATI Gallium3D driver that supports the R300-R500 graphics processors as this open-source driver has been maturing at such an exciting rate with impressive changes and measurable performance gains over a...

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