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What's Inside Intel's Photonics Lab (Photos)

Inside Intel's Photonics Lab in Santa Clara, Calif., researchers are seeking ways to enhance data transfer using silicon germanium optical transfer.
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Hardware Attack on RSA Implementation

Researchers have shown how, in one specific case, it is possible to calculate the private key from specific erroneous RSA signatures. Whether the attack has practical utility is questionable...
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Intel Expands Atom to Home Servers

Atom processor homes in on the world of home offices and small offices, in a format designed to power servers and network-attached storage devices.
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Cortex-A8 dev Kit Runs Linux

Digi International says it is shipping a development kit targeting development of wireless multimedia applications using Freescale's i.MX515 SoC (system on chip). The ConnectCore Wi-i.MX51 Digi JumpStart Kit includes an ARM Cortex-A8-based module, a baseboard, a seven-inch touchscreen, and a BSP (b...
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New Open-Source ATI Driver Releases

With the Linux 2.6.33 kernel having been released last week where the ATI kernel mode-setting (KMS) DRM code left the kernel's staging area, we knew a new ATI X.Org driver release was imminent. Over the night a new stable DDX driver update has been pushed out for xf86-video-ati as well as a new pre...
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Open Source Hardware Takes Baby Steps Toward the Gadget Mainstream

The success of open-source software raises a tantalizing question: Could the same design philosophy work for tech gadgets?
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