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NVIDIA Pre-Releases Its 195.xx Linux Driver

While NVIDIA has been working on the 195.xx Linux driver since before last November, they have yet to officially release a stable driver in this series as of yet. Betas have been available and they even had to recall their recent drivers over a fan speed issue that could damage the system, but now...
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IBM, Dell, HP Adopt Intel 6-Core Chip for IT, Games

Both server and game box suppliers are deploying Intel's 6-core processor.
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Samsung Slate PC Coming Later This Year

The Q1 UMPC failed, but Samsung is giving a slate-like PC another try.
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Revived PC Market to Enjoy Double-Digit Growth

Following a recovery in the second half of 2009, PC shipments are expected to see huge gains this year and on into 2014, says new IDC report.
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Luc Modularizes Mesa, DRI Drivers

Last month at the X@FOSDEM meeting in Belgium, Luc Verhaegen gave a talk on cleaning up the Linux graphics driver stack. This talk was met by some that agreed with his views and, well, others that didn't exactly see eye-to-eye with him. He shared with everyone his views on changes that should be ma...
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DisplayLink Gets Better In Linux 2.6.34 Kernel

Bernie Thompson, one of the developers working on the DisplayLink Linux support, has written in this weekend to inform us of pending improvements to the DisplayLink frame-buffer driver (udlfb) that will be present in the Linux 2.6.34 kernel. It was nearly a year ago that DisplayLink began supportin...
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