If you want a really fast computer, then Linux is your operating system and Intel may be your chip manufacturer.
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Move over Raspberry Pi, here comes Adapteva's Parallella, a low-cost parallel chip board for Linux supercomputing.
Think Tegra is only for smartphones and tablets? Think again! New third-party drivers — which have been developed both with Nvidia's blessing and assistance — will help to give the platform a foot in the server room door.
Linux got its start on a 386 processor, but 21-years later, the Linux kernel developers have decided its time to say good-bye to the venerable Intel processor in its next major Linux kernel release: 3.8.
Efforts to bring new operating systems like Risc OS and FreeBSD to the cheap Linux board have been given a boost by a decision to fully open-source drivers for its ARM-based SoC.
There have been rumors that Intel's new Atom CPU, Clover Trail, would only support Windows 8, but not Android or Linux. We now know that the chip will support these open-source operating systems as well.
Fluendo, Lineo Solutions, Mocana have just joined the Linux Foundation but the big news is that major graphics chip maker NVIDIA is now officially supporting Linux.
I say the Linux netbook was rubbed out by Microsoft with an Intel chip in the CFO's office.
The company has previewed its next Itanium processor, code-named Poulson, which promises improvements to reliability and power management
After years of being a Linux outsider, the major Wi-Fi chip vendor comes out of the dog-house and joins the Linux Foundation.
Native Linux drivers for Broadcom chip sets lets hotspots become integrated into real networks more easily. There is now a market for that.
Startup Smooth-Stone has raised US$48 million to build and sell ARM-based server processors that offer low power consumption.
Texas-based start-up Smooth-Stone has raised £31m to build and sell ARM-based server processors that offer low power consumption
ARM, IBM, Samsung, ST-Ericsson, Freescale and Texas Instruments have set up a new company called Linaro to help developers optimise Linux distros for ARM's architecture
Moore's Second Law is squeezing out competition in chip design and manufacturing. Thanks to Linaro Linux will benefit.
Chip architecture changes in 'Pineview' promise to boost performance, while the beta update to Moblin should let developers customise the Linux-based netbook platform's look and feel
Intel puts it focus on netbooks with a preview of its next-generation Atom chip and a new beta version of its Linux-based Moblin netbook platform, with a new interface.
Intel and Novell on Thursday announced a deal to push Moblin, the open source Linux platform designed to work with the chip giant's Atom chip. Intel cooked up Moblin and then handed it off to the open source community.
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The chip giant has acquired open-source mobile specialist Opened Hand, which will now focus on developing a Linux software stack for Atom processors
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