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Anatomy of SSDs

SSDs (Solid-State Drives) are a hot topic right now for a number of reasons; not the least of which being their power to performance ratio. But to better understand SSDs you should first get a grip on how they are constructed and the features/limitations of these drives.
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Blaming Intel for How the World Is

Are you mad at Intel because you can't use your favorite Linux distro on a CompuLabs FitPC2, Acer Aspire One 751h, or perhaps an early Dell Mini netbook? Maybe you should think it through again.
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A Hackfest To Improve Linux Video Playback

When it comes to video playback on Linux, the premiere choice for video acceleration is currently using VDPAU with its CPU-efficient, GPU-accelerated capabilities that even has no problems playing 1080p video files with extremely low-end hardware.
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Linux-Aware Atom Debugging Arrives

Some big news for device developers flew under most everyone's radar at this year's IDF (Intel Developer's Forum). Linux-aware hardware-assisted debugging for Intel(r) Atom(tm) processors finally arrived.
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S3 Graphics Linux Driver Supports OpenGL 3.1

Hitting our inbox just minutes ago was a press release announcing the S3 Graphics 5400E graphics processor.
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Laptop Survival With GKrellM

I want to cover the GKrellM program and how it can be used to monitor the health and activity on a Linux laptop.
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