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Mesa 7.9 Planned For Release In September

Mesa 7.9 has shaped up to be one hell of a release with many new features and improvements throughout this open-source graphics software stack. For those that have been waiting for this to be officially released, there's good news and that is Mesa 7.9 should be released by the end...

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H.P. to Work With Hynix on New Computer Memory Chips

A simpler alternative to transistors, the memristor, will allow for more computer memory in even smaller devices.

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Advances Offer Path to Shrink Computer Chips

Researchers say they can overcome a barrier to the continued rapid miniaturization of computer memory.

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NVIDIA 256.53 Stable Linux Driver Release

Over the weekend there was a new Linux binary driver release from NVIDIA that was the 256.52 driver in a pre-release state. It didn't deliver on OpenCL 1.1, Fermi Linux overclocking support, or any other radical features, but it did bring a handful of bug-fixes.

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Chromium gets GPU acceleration

Google developers have announced that Chromium, the open source browser on which the company builds the Chrome browser, is getting a GPU graphics overhaul...

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Processor Whispers - About Big Wheel Loaders and Mini Excavators

AMD says good bye to old odds and ends like 3Dnow! drops the name ATI and presents the upcoming hot chips at the conference of the same name in some more detail...

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