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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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Oracle-Sun Versus Commodity Hardware

In a recent interview with Nikkei Electronics Asia, Acer CEO Gianfranco Lanci made the case that the company has seen dramatic success in the PC market because it abandoned direct sales.

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Power-frugal Intel chips to spawn new laptops

The most power efficient of Intel's Core i series of processors will debut in new laptops.
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Intel’s David Scott talks about hardware

Intel’s efforts span everything from development software to home medical monitoring devices, but in the end it is all driven by their hardware.¬†
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Linux and USB 3.0

The newest, fast interface, USB 3.0, is finally out, but only one operating system has native support for it: Linux.

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