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Leap Motion Support Comes To Linux

The Leap Motion device with its motion sensing technology is now supported by Linux...

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Valve Reveals More Steam Linux Distribution Details

Valve's hardware/software survey for Steam that shows details about their user-base, is now showing a lot more Linux distribution details...

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Roku 3 Review

There are two things you should know about me right up front. One is the list of shows I'm currently watching: at this moment I'm at various points in The West Wing, Homeland, House of Cards, Scandal, Alias, Mad Men, Community, The Office, Parks and Recreation, How I Met Your...

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Hardware Expectations For Valve's Steam Box

Based upon my extensive Linux hardware testing of enthusiast and gamer grade hardware over the past nine years on Phoronix and immense amounts of performance benchmarking, plus having been involved with Steam on Linux, here's some of my thoughts, expectations, and hopes for the hardware comprising Valve's official SteamBox...

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How Two Volunteers Built the Raspberry Pi’s Operating System

When you buy a Raspberry Pi, the $35 computer doesn't come with an operating system. Loading your operating system of choice onto an SD card and then booting the Pi turns out to be pretty easy. But where do Pi-compatible operating systems come from? With the Raspberry Pi having just turned one year old, we decided to find out how Raspbian—the officially recommended Pi operating...

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