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Processor Whispers - About Big Wheel Loaders and Mini Excavators

AMD says good bye to old odds and ends like 3Dnow! drops the name ATI and presents the upcoming hot chips at the conference of the same name in some more detail...

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NVIDIA 256.52 Linux Driver Brings Fixes

Just shy of a month ago was when NVIDIA last released a proprietary Linux driver, at which point they also released a second driver that was their OpenGL 4.1 preview driver. This Saturday though NVIDIA has provided a new driver release, which is tagged as the 256.52 pre-release. This new...

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The Bidding War For 3PAR Continues; HP Offers $2 Billion In Cash

Here we go again-again. HP just offered $2 billion, or $30 per share in cash for data storage company 3PAR. This morning, Dell announced that 3PAR had accepted its increased offer to acquire the storage leader for $27 per share in cash, or approximately $1.8 billion. Dell had previously signed an agreement to acquire 3PAR for $18 per share or...

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BuGLe - OpenGL Debugging Wrapper

BuGLe is a tool for OpenGL debugging, implemented as a wrapper library that sits between your program and OpenGL. Although it's still in development, the Web site states that it already can do the following: more>> Dump a textual log of all GL calls made. Take a screenshot or capture...

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LLNL Talks To Us About Their Linux ZFS Port

Following this morning's article entitled Native ZFS Is Coming To Linux Next Month where the work by a small company from India that ported ZFS to Linux as a native kernel module was discussed, we heard from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories. 

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Review: ZaReason Verix Laptop

One of the challenges of being a Linux desktop user is the difficulty in finding systems that ship with Linux pre-installed. Major OEMs often offer a handful of Linux offerings, but to get a wider range of hardware and choices of Linux distributions you have to look to smaller vendors that are really interested in promoting Linux — like ZaReason.

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