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Concerns Over Merging Drivers Back Into The X Server

While development efforts within the X.Org community are now ramping up for the release of X Server 1.9 that should arrive in August, there is an ongoing discussion concerning a planned long-term change for the X Server: pulling the drivers back in...
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HP Research Could Yield Faster, More Powerful PCs

Discovery from HP Labs into the untapped potential of the memristor chip could open the door for major advancements in the design and processing power of computers.
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Linux Tools Support Cortex-A8-based 802.11n Module

Timesys announced a partnership with Digi International, making the company the preferred commercial Linux solutions provider for Digi's ConnectCore Wi-i.MX51 wireless module. Timesys' LinuxLink embedded development framework now supports the Wi-i.MX51 module, based on Freescale's Cortex-A8-based i...
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Hacker Previews Custom 3.21 PS3 Firmware with Linux Support

Hacker George Hotz has announced that he has successfully created his own custom firmware for the PlayStation 3 console that doesn't lose OtherOS support following the recent 3.21 update from Sony...
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AMD Launches FirePro V8800 Graphics Card

More than a year ago AMD rolled out the ATI FirePro V8700 workstation graphics card and months later then pushed out the FirePro V8750 as their new ultra high-end graphics card for those engaging in CAD, imaging, and other tasks. Now though AMD has unveiled the FirePro V8800 series that replaces th...
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ARM9 SoCs Feature Programmable I/O Controller

Texas Instruments announced four new low-end members of its industrial-focused Sitara SoC family, this time building on ARM9 cores instead of the ARM Cortex-A8. The AM1808, AM1806, AM1707, and AM1705 Sitara processors offer peripherals including MMC/SD, Ethernet, SATA, and USB, and also supply a ne...
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