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AMD A10-7850K Kaveri: The Linux Introduction

This morning AMD is releasing the first APUs in their Kaveri family, their most advanced APU ever with up to 12 compute cores and is a big push forward with their overall HSA architecture. We managed to get our hands on a Kaveri system with A10-7850K APU and in the...

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Linux-Friendly Mini-PC Moves to “Haswell” Core CPUs

CompuLab has revised its Linux-ready Intense PC mini-PC with an Intense PC2 model that moves to a 4th Generation Intel Core i7 CPU, and adds more ports. The Intense PC forms the basis for a MintBox2 computer, jointly offered with the Linux Mint project, and it’s also available directly from...

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A Backdoor In AMD's Catalyst OpenCL Library?

There's a chance there might be a concealed backdoor within AMD's Catalyst driver, in particular within their closed-source graphics driver's OpenCL library...

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Coreboot Improvements Land For Lenovo Laptops

It's been an exciting past few weeks for the open-source Coreboot project. After 2013 was ended by the FSF endorsing its first (Coreboot-powered) laptop and Google landing a lot of Coreboot changes to benefit the increasingly popular Chromebooks, January already got off to a good start with AMD Gizmosphere support...

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This Serious Intel, Nvidia Silicon is not for Tablets, Smartphones

If you look hard, among all of the smartphones, tablets, wearables at CES, there's a machine packing some serious, old-school silicon. [Read more]    ...

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Lenovo to Launch Multiple Chromebooks This Summer

Lenovo is reportedly planning to release a set of new Chromebooks this year. Jay Parker, president for Lenovo's North American operations, told CNET at CES that "multiple Chromebook models" would see release by summer 2014, at various price points and configurations. The Chinese company — who boast the largest PC...

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