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The Future is Now: Revolutionizing Product Design Through Intel Technology

In the past decade, developers and programmers have ushered in a digital revolution. But Tomorrow Lab, a New York-based product design and development consultancy, is using its work in product design and engineering to bring about the next great technological revolution. The brainchild of Ted Ullrich, Pepin Gelardi, and Dean...

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NVIDIA Will Support Newly-Dropped GPUs On Linux Through 2019

Earlier this month we found out NVIDIA would be dropping pre-Fermi support from their mainline graphics driver on Windows and Linux. For Linux users, we have some good news about NVIDIA's Linux support plans...

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University Course Teaches Computer-Human Interaction With Open Hardware and OSS

Most people think of their interactions with computer systems to occur via a keyboard, mouse, or touchscreen. However, humans evolved to interact with thier environment and each other in much more intricate ways. Bridging the gap between the computational systems of the digital world and the natural world is being studied...

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Going to the Extreme to Make 3D Printers Open Source

The best way to explain 3D printing to someone is to show them. But since Jeff Moe can’t carry around one of his Lulzbot 3D printers, he has taken to packing 3D-printed parts in his pocket so that he can show them off when he runs into people who aren't...

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NVIDIA, AMD, Intel Explains OpenGL’s 15x Performance Gains

OpenGL reduces the driver overhead associated on the desktop system, where the driver overhead results in lower frame rates. The post NVIDIA, AMD, Intel Explains OpenGL’s 15x Performance Gains appeared first on Muktware.

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Hands-On: Setting Up My New Printer with Linux (and Windows)

Time to replace my four year old mobile printer, here's my take on the HP Officejet 150...

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