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Broadwell Now Officially Enabled With Intel Mesa

After the latest round of improvements, support for Intel's next-generation Broadwell processors with their more advanced HD Graphics is now enabled by default within Intel's Mesa 3D driver...

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Chromebook Usage: Still a Tiny Splash in the Vast PC Pond

For Google's Chromebooks, making a dent in the PC install base is going to take a while.

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A Look into the Open Source Hardware Community

AS you may know, just few weeks ago OSHWA published the results from 2013 Open Hardware Community survey. You can find original datasheets and everything here. 

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Dell Launches R920 High-End Server

The PowerEdge R920 is Dell's high-end server that's often used as a way to handle workloads that often aren't virtualized over reliability concerns.

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Intel Introduces New 15-Core Server Chips to Handle Big Data from the Internet of Things

Intel announced its 15-core server chip family today to help big companies deal with “big data” requirements such as delivering real-time analytics to big tech customers. These kinds of machines will keep the business world running, from reducing cyber fraud in real-time to running stock exchanges without a glitch.

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Nvidia's Launches Mid-Range GPUs with Maxwell Architecture

The chipmaker's Maxwell graphics architecture is twice as energy efficient and 50 percent faster than its predecessor, Kepler. [Read more]    ...

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