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Systemd Adds Reboot To EFI Firmware Option

Systemd has picked up another feature for the upcoming systemd 220 release...

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[$] An Update on the Freedreno Graphics Driver

The freedreno project was started by Rob Clark to create a free-software driver for the Adreno family of GPUs, which are used by the Qualcomm Snapdragon system-on-chip (SoC) family. He presented a status report on the project, along with some history and future plans, at the Embedded Linux Conference, which...

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Google Unveils 4 New Chromebooks and Chrome OS on a Stick

Google has unveiled five new computers running its Linux-based Chrome OS, including the first Chrome OS stick computer and the lowest priced touchscreen Chromebook to date. 

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Chromebook Flip: Incentive for Google to Improve Touch for Chrome OS

The new 2-in-1 from Asus looks nice, but with current touch support in the OS it's a Chromebook without a calling.

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Invizbox (hands-on): Another Flawed Tor "Privacy" Router Debuts

The Tor router runs on the same hardware as the failed Anonabox project, but with a more "honest" approach. The trouble is: honesty won't keep your Internet activity private.

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Acer Taking Chrome OS, Cloud Apps to the Desktop

Although many people think of them as older participants in the portable computing market, the fact is that Chromebooks based on Google's Chrome OS first went on sale in June of 2011--not long ago. 

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