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CES 2015: Intel Introduces Compute Stick with Atom Quad-Core CPU

The PC-on-a-stick will come pre-loaded with Windows 8.1 for $149, or Linux for just $89, when it starts shipping in March.

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Seagate Debuts Wireless, Seven Storage Drives

Mobile devices connect to Wireless over a WiFi connection, which the battery-powered drive emits once powered on, while the Seven is ultra-svelte.

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Atom PC is a Compact High Performance Mini PC Powered by OpenSource

Open Electronics: Despite the hardware is undisclosed (it will be known I guess) this small powerful and flexible workstation powered by Open Source software looks really great.

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NVIDIA Linux Driver Continues Running Strong Against The GeForce Windows Driver

With last week having delivered fresh benchmarks of AMD's Catalyst Linux vs. Windows drivers (and before that an updated Intel Linux vs. Windows OpenGL comparison to end out 2014), here's some updated NVIDIA Linux vs. Windows benchmarks to compare the GeForce graphics drivers at the end of 2014. 

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Intel’s 5th Gen Core Processors Are Finally, Really Here

The Broadwell codename has been on Intel's lips for many months now. The big chipmaker's move to 14nm production has proven bumpy and delayed the anticipated launch of its latest processor family, but today all those delays come to an end and the 5th generation of Core processors are ready to...

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C++ Filesystem Technical Specification Approved

The C++ file-system technical specification has been unanimously approved for the ISO C++ committee...

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