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Pandora-Ready Internet Tuner Costs $105

Grace Digital Audio is shipping a Linux-based Internet tuner that offers Pandora access and costs only $105...
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What Were Novell's Original Goals With RadeonHD?

Earlier this week we reported that Novell was finally dropped the RadeonHD driver from openSUSE as they switch to using the xf86-video-ati driver with kernel mode-setting (KMS) support over using their in-house R500/600/700 driver they had developed as part of AMD's initial open-source strategy for...
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ARM Experiments with Server Chip Design

Known for the processors it supplies to mobile-phone makers, ARM is trying out some low-powered chips for possible use in servers.
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AMD Radeon HD 4290 On Linux

Last week we delivered benchmarks of the AMD Athlon II X3 425 processor running Ubuntu 10.04 LTS while this week we are continuing in benchmarks from this triple-core budget processor as we try out its gaming performance when paired with an AMD 890GX motherboard boasting integrated Radeon HD 4290 g...
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Performance Problem in AMD's Phenom II X6 Under Linux

The Linux kernel is unable to handle one of the features in AMD's new hexa-core processor, causing the CPU to only reach its maximum performance after patches have been applied...
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Nvidia's Fermi Graphics Card Roadmap: When You Can Melt Your Eyeballs for Cheaper

Nvidia's Fermi-based GeForce GTX 480 might be the fastest GPU in the world...
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