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IBM Hits Graphene Transistor Breakthrough

Big Blue touts a radio-frequency graphene transistor with the highest frequency so far--100GHz--en route to new communications devices and electronics.
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Motherboard Madness and Mayhem

Misery loves company, as the saying goes, and nowhere is that more evident than on the...
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Lenovo Hits Stride in Third Quarter

Revenue and profit jump in the company's fiscal third quarter as the PC maker takes its largest-ever share of the worldwide market.
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W3C Proposes Hardware Interface

A draft proposed by the standards organisation describes JavaScript functions which provide information about the hardware of a device...
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Kernel Log: Open Source Drivers for New Radeon Graphics Chips

The open source developers are working on drivers to support the DirectX 11 graphics cards in AMD's Radeon HD 5000 series. While the proprietary AMD drivers have been supported for some time, not even the latest, recently released version co-operates with X Server 1.7, which has been available for...
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Today, Delayed GPU Switching Comes To Linux

Two days ago we reported on hybrid graphics coming to Linux in a crude form that allowed switching between graphics processors on notebook computers that utilize dual graphics processors, one that's meant to deliver the best energy efficient performance while the other GPU is for maximizing the gra...
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