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Ben NanoNote Aims To Bring Open Source Tenets to Hardware

Is there a market out there for completely open source computers, where even the design of the hardware components is shared in community fashion?

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Nexus One Gets USB Host Driver From a Dude with an Oscilloscope

For Sven Killig, running Android 2.2 wasn't enough. No sir, this dude wanted even more power for his Nexus One, so he went ahead and...

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AMD Demos Hybrid CPU/GPU Fusion Chips For 2010 Release [Amd]

AMD has been trying to crack their Fusion technology—combining a CPU and a powerful GPU in the same chip—for...

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New Intel Atoms Ahead at Computex

The closely watched trade show in Taiwan will showcase Intel's...

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Intel, Qualcomm Go Dual-Core for Small Devices

Both companies are announcing new dual-core processors for small devices,...

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GPS-Equipped ARM SoC Gets More Integrated

CSR says it's now shipping a Linux-compatible SoC (system on chip) incorporating an ARM11-based application processor...

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