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TI Spins Single Chip for WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and FM

TI (Texas Instruments) says it is now sampling the industry's first single chip to provide 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth, FM transmit/receive, and a GPS receiver. The WiLink 7.0 reduces costs by 30 percent, trims size by 50 percent, and has hardware mechanisms that cancel out any interference between ra...
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HP Debuts First 'Tukwila' Itanium Systems

The Itanium 9300 line gives the long-delayed "Tukwila" family of quad-core Itanium processors their day in the sun.
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IBM Power7: Big Blue's Answer to Oracle, Intel

The new processor debuts amid promises of serious performance increases and slick new features. Will it be enough to quiet the competition?
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Open-Source ATI R600/700 Mesa 3D Performance

As we alluded to last week, we have been in the process of benchmarking many Radeon HD 2000/3000/4000 series graphics cards using the open-source ATI Linux graphics stack with the Mesa R600/700 DRI driver. We have now carried out our first batch of R600/700 3D tests using this constantly evolving o...
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IBM Launches Power7 Chip, Systems

Big Blue's powerful new processor for servers integrates eight processing cores in one chip package, with each core capable of executing four tasks.
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Cleaning Up The Linux Graphics Driver Stack

Yesterday Luc Verhaegen gave a talk at FOSDEM on reverse engineering a motherboard BIOS, but today we finally have X@FOSDEM for the last time. Luc has just begun his talk on unifying and simplifying the free software desktop's graphics driver stack. Here are his slides and we will be back with more...
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