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$99 Parallella Supercomputer has Successful Launch After 18 Months

Developing a tiny, high performance computer with groundbreaking energy-efficiency and a $99 price tag was never going to be easy. However, I'm pleased to report that backers of the Kickstarter campaign have now all received their rewards and the Parallella board has finally gone into general availability, with international distribution also having recently been put in place. 

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Leaked Specs Suggest Intel's NUC 2.0 PCs Could be Future Steam Machines

More powerful versions of the company's small-form-factor systems could include Core i5 and i3 Broadwell processors and support for 2.5-inch drives and handle up to 16GB of RAM.

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AMD Radeon R9 290 Open-Source Driver Works, But Has A Ways To Go

With the Linux 3.17 kernel, Mesa 10.3, and the newest Radeon microcode files, there's finally working Hawaii GPU support by AMD's open-source Linux graphics driver. The Radeon R9 290 series launched nearly one year ago and finally now the open-source driver is working right, so we've conducted some preliminary tests...

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Welcome CryptX2: An Open Source Hardware Encrypted Storage Device

Open Electronics: Pretty cool open source project again looking into security and privacy in the post-PRISM world (Support on indiegogo): The CryptX2 is a hardware encrypted storage device. If you have data you want to secure and you want the highest level of security you can get, you want the CryptX2. Open source...

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ARM64 Gets Better GPU Support in CUDA Release

NVIDIA has launched the next upgrade to its parallel computing and programming platform, with CUDA 6.5 going live as a production release.…...

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Acer Offers New Desktop Chromebox

Acer, which has been rapidly gaining popularity as a portable computing hardware manufacturer, has been placing some heavy bets on Google's cloud-centric Chrome OS platform. 

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