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Intel Debuts Six-Core Gaming Chip

Chipmaker introduces its first desktop chip packing that many processing cores for gaming boxes.
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Acer's PC Market Numbers Add Up

Across all of 2009, Dell managed to stay ahead of Acer by a hair's-breadth, but the year-end trend wasn't going Dell's way.
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Cisco Unveils Blazing Fast CRS-3 Router

Networking kingpin Cisco has taken the wraps off of the highly anticipated upgrade to its CRS-1 core router, debuting the CRS-3, which promises capacity of 322 terabits per second.
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DIN-Rail PC Runs Linux on 150MHz SoC

Advantech has announced a box PC intended for DIN-rail mounting that uses the company's x86-compatible EVA-X4150 SoC (system-on-chip). The Linux-ready UNO-1140 has CompactFlash storage, two USB 2.0 ports, two 10/100 Ethernet ports, a VGA output, and either four or eight serial ports, the company sa...
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Intel Nehalem-EX to Ship in March

Chip giant planning to bring eight-core Xenon processor to market this month, expanding its reach in the server market with high-end products to power mission-critical systems.
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Power; Memory Usage Of GNOME, KDE, LXDE, Xfce

Xfce, LXDE, and other desktop environments are often referenced as being lighter-eight Linux desktop environments than KDE and GNOME, but what are the measurable performance differences between them? Curious how much of a quantitative impact the GNOME, KDE, Xfce, and LXDE desktops have on netbook s...
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