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Canonical Makes Rare X.Org/Wayland Contribution

While Canonical is known -- and commonly criticized -- for not investing in making heavy, low-level upstream Linux contributions, today a set of patches intended for upstream were published by a Canonical engineer concerning XWayland support...

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Open Source Hardware: Fast and Malleable

SparkFun is not like BMW. We will never be the company to produce the luxury market version of breakout boards and development tools. I believe the only way SparkFun will survive this quickly changing world is to be malleable. We have to be ready to change. Read more... read more...

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$35 Raspberry Pi Gets Camera Module

In a blog post Liz discloses that the foundation is working on an experimental camera which will be released later this year.

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ARM Publishes New Universal Linux Graphics Driver

ARM has published a new open-source X.Org DDX Linux graphics driver while working to enable support for their next-generation ARM Mali T6xx graphics core...

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NVIDIA Issues New 302 Linux Beta

Aside from releasing a stable Linux driver update last week, NVIDIA also pushed out a new 302-series Linux driver beta...

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Ubuntu 12.04 Git'ed With Intel Ivy Bridge

As the Intel Ivy Bridge benchmarks being delivered on Phoronix and coming up in the coming days are frequently using the latest Intel Linux graphics development stack, for those curious here is a comparison between the stock Ubuntu 12.04 packages and when running the latest Linux kernel / Mesa /...

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