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Some Linux Hardware Statistics From Phoronix Global

On Phoronix Global we have more than 25,000 benchmark result submissions from independent users around the world since launching the public version of the Phoronix Test Suite back in early 2008...
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AMD Athlon II X3 425 On Linux

Earlier this week AMD announced the Phenom II X6 processors that are designed to offer "unbeatable" performance thanks to its six physical processing cores while not being priced too high. However, should you not be interested in the latest high-end CPUs, there still is a plethora of lower-end AMD...
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OLPC Laptops for East Africa and Palestinian Children

The East African Community and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency have both signed partnerships with the One Laptop per Child initiative to bring laptops to students...
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Linux Kernel Port Targets Multi-Core DSP SoCs

Texas Instruments (TI) announced Linux kernel support for its TMS320C64x multi-DSP core system-on-chips (SoCs). Code Sourcery, Enea, Nash Technologies, and PolyCore have signed up to support the Linux port with, respectively, multi-core ready compiling and debugging tools, telecom middleware, inter...
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AMD Debuts Six-Core Desktop Processor

Chipmaker brings to market a new six-core desktop processor, dubbed Phenom II X6, and accompanying platform in a bid to further challenge Intel and offer a significant performance improvement.
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What Do You Want From NVIDIA's Next Driver?

With NVIDIA having released a stable 195.xx Linux driver and are working on a second stable update that's due out in the coming days, the bulk of the driver development work is now focused on their next major driver series. This next major driver release from NVIDIA is the 256.xx series, but what a...
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