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Intel Looks To Bring Mesa SNB libEGL To Android

It seems that Intel has a new interest in bringing Sandy Bridge graphics support to Google's Android operating system. Chad Versace, part of Intel's OSTC team normally working on the desktop Linux graphics stack, is looking to bring the Intel i965 (particularly, the Sandy Bridge support) of Mesa with libEGL...

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Atom-Powered Box PC Accepts 4GB of DDR3 RAM

Axiomtek announced a fanless embedded PC that offers Intel's single-core Atom N455 or dual core D525 processors, along with a Mini PCI expansion slot. The eBOX620-801-FL supports up to 4GB of DDR2 RAM, includes a 2.5-inch drive bay and a CompactFlash slot, and has three serial ports, according to the...

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All AT&T Android Phones Released In 2011 Will Get Gingerbread

The HTC Status might be a sort-of-weird, kind-of-gimmicky (with its dedicated Facebook button and all) little piece of kit, but it’s got at least one thing going for it: it’s the only phone on AT&T running on the latest (phone-friendly) version of Android: v2.3, or “Gingerbread”.

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AMD Profits from Fast-Ramping Fusion Chip Sales

Advanced Micro Devices is seeing results from the aggressive rollout of its Fusion processors, including its & Brazos& and & Llano& devices. Despite an overall softening of the PC market, and a continuing search for a CEO, the company turned a $61 million profit in the second quarter of its...

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Linux 3.0 Scrubs up Btrfs, Gets More Xen

Linux 3.0 has been released, featuring a storage backend for Xen virtualization and an antifrag and data-scrubbing features for the Btrfs filesystem. Meanwhile, Thomas Gleixner released a major new, real-time Linux patch that will ready Linux 3.0 for highly-deterministic applications....

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