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NVIDIA's Dead Open-Source Driver Gets Updated

Back in March an announcement came out of NVIDIA as they were getting ready to launch the GeForce GTX 400 "Fermi" graphics cards that they would be dropping support for the xf86-video-nv driver. The xf86-video-nv driver really didn't provide much of a feature set and was far behind the Nouveau...

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Open source Installer Offered for Plug Computer

Marvell announced the availability of an open source installer, simplifying software deployment on its Linux-based Plug Computer reference design. The Easy Plug Computer Installer (EPI) is the first wizard-based installation tool for Marvell's Plug Computer, which is being supported by more than 20,000 developers worldwide, says Marvell....

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Intel Silicon to Slash the Price of Optical Links

Intel says it has developed a prototype silicon photonics link that moves data at 50Gbps, the equivalent of an entire HD movie being transmitted every second...

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Linux-Based Hybrid Video Server Supports 40 Channels

Exacq Technologies is shipping a line of Linux-based hybrid video surveillance appliances with Intel Atom processors...

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Via Spins Three PCs From Modular Motherboard

Via announced three & device development kits& incorporating a previously announced Em-ITX motherboard and related expansion modules...

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Microsoft Becomes Official ARM Licensee, Could an MS Microprocessor Be Next?

ARM processors are so hot right now, especially in the mobile space, where they power many of the greatest smartphones, tablets, and mobile devices coming down the turnpike. Microsoft is apparently looking to merge in on that action, becoming an official ARM licensee. It's unclear exactly what MS will be doing with its new found technical rights, but General Manager KD Hallman said "With closer...

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