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Atom-based SBCs Offer Multimedia and PoE+ Daughter-Cards

ADI Engineering announced a line of 3.46 x 4.33-inch single board computers (SBCs) with PoE+, multimedia, and DVI/VGA video expansion daughtercards. The Cinnamon Bay SBCs are built around Intel's Z5xxP- and -PT Atom processors and offer Arium’s microSD-bootable AE Linux distro....
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IBM Rethinks Industry-Standard Servers

Big Blue's new line, dubbed the eX5 portfolio, features architecture tweaks that let the customer add more memory without buying an entirely new server.
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Major Linux 2.6.34 Kernel GPU DRM Updates

There's already quite a bit of code that has been merged into the Linus 2.6 Git tree for the Linux 2.6.34 kernel tree, but the first pull request for the DRM (Direct Rendering Manager) code has went in this morning. As was mentioned last week, the "vga_switcheroo" that allows for dual GPU switchin...
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HP Updates Ultraportable with Core i5, i7 Chips

Hewlett-Packard is updating its line of business ultraportable laptops with Intel's latest chips.
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Intel to Introduce Faster Atom Chip Monday

The N470 chip, a faster version of the "Pine Trail" processor for Netbooks, will be identical to the current 1.66GHz N450 but get bumped to a speed of 1.83GHz.
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Gartner: Chip Sales to Jump 20 Percent in 2010

Greater demand for PCs and rising memory prices should push global semiconductor revenue higher this year, reaching $276 billion, says Gartner.
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