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New Nvidia Gaming Chip Gets Plaudits

Nvidia's new, inexpensive graphics chip appears to have hit a market sweet spot.

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HP's McKinney Hints That a Flexible Display Palm Device Could Happen

Speaking at MobileBeat in San Francisco today, HP's Phil McKinney chatted up the company's flexible display tech, which uses rugged Mylar-infused sheets similar to those found in solar panels and can display video while still being bistable the same way E Ink is...

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Early Ubuntu 10.10 Netbook Benchmarks

There is still three months left until Ubuntu 10.10 "Maverick Meerkat" will be officially released along with the Ubuntu Netbook spin and the various other incarnations of this popular Linux distribution, but today we have some initial netbook tests of this next version of Ubuntu Linux. While Ubuntu 10.10 Netbook...

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LG Spins Two Android Phones and Promises Tablet

LG announced an LG Optimus Series of mobile devices, including two Android 2.2 smartphones -- the Optimus One and Optumus Chic -- and promised an Android-based Optimus tablet. Meanwhile, a rumor about an Android 3.0 & Gingerbread& platform split-up has been squelched, and a photo of the Android-based & HTC...

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Processor Whispers - About Launches and Corsairs

AMD launches the Opteron 4100, HP launches new Magny-Cours and Nehalem-EX systems with a self-developed chipset – and Intel launches a small commotion...

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Intel Core i3 LLVMpipe Performance

Last week I put out new numbers showing the LLVMpipe performance with the latest Gallium3D code found in Mesa 7.9-devel. This Gallium3D driver accelerates all operations on the CPU rather than a GPU as a better software rasterizer than what is currently available for Linux, but even with a hefty...

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