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AMD Reveals Upcoming Catalyst Driver Changes

While AMD does not generally reveal planned changes and feature road-maps publicly for their Catalyst driver in advance of the given driver's public release, over the night they have announced a few upcoming changes. Last night AMD issued a press release announcing a set of changes coming for the 1...
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Intel Brings Nehalem to Embedded Xeon

"Jasper Forest" aims to take key features of Nehalem and merge them with other new enhancements for the embedded processor market.
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TI touts OMAP4 with Do-it-All Development Platform

Texas Instruments (TI) says it is now sampling its OMAP4 mobile application processors, using dual-core versions of ARM's high-end Cortex-A9. The chipmaker is also showing off the Linux- and Android-compatible Blaze, a development platform that sports a pico projector, dual 3.7-inch displays, three...
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AMD's First 'Fusion' Chip on Track

The first 'Fusion' processor will have a lot of firsts. AMD is taking quite a risk with this chip due out next year, but feels it has everything on track and under control.
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IBM, EU Team up to Improve Chip Reliability

IBM Research is partnering with businesses and universities from the European Union to help semiconductor companies create more reliable and efficient chips.
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Cisco Closes Critical Holes in IronPort Appliances

Cisco reports that, without authentication, an attacker can remotely read out data as well as inject and execute arbitrary code. The Encryption Appliances and PostX MAP are affected...
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