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New Intel Atom Chips Have NAS Appeal

Two new versions of the Atom processor are designed for network-attached storage (NAS) devices.

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Intel's 'Sandy Bridge' to use new specialized silicon

Chip giant's upcoming processors will include a feature that makes converting files from one format to another a lot faster.

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Intel's GLSL2 Branch Is Merged To Mesa Master

As we reported last month, Intel's Open-Source Technology Center developers responsible for working on their open-source Linux graphics stack has been wanting to merge their GLSL2 shader compiler into the mainline Mesa code-base by the end of August so that it can be released as part of Mesa 7.9 by...

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Canonical developer decodes Apple's Magic Trackpad

Apple's Magic Trackpad will join the other Apple multi-touch devices supported in Ubuntu 10.10...

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Multitouch support for Ubuntu 10.10

Canonical has announced the release of uTouch 1.0, a multitouch/gesture stack which will be shipped with the upcoming 10.10 release. "With Ubuntu 10.10 (the Maverick Meerkat), users and developers will have an end-to-end touch-screen framework — from the kernel all the way through to applications. Our multi-touch team has worked...

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Main development phase for Linux kernel 2.6.36 concluded

AppArmor, Fsnotify, built-in support for Turbo Boost on newer Intel mobile processors and a KMS driver for the latest GeForce graphics cards are some of the more significant changes in Linux kernel 2.6.36, scheduled for release in October...

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