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    Samsung Galaxy Note has Mali 400. Its a new 5.3...

    Samsung Galaxy Note has Mali 400. Its a new 5.3 inch phone/tablet hybrid and its getting very popular. It has 1280x800 samoled display and 1.4GHz dualcore Exynox CPU.
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    Hardly so. The cable work is a trivial 30min job...

    Hardly so. The cable work is a trivial 30min job max. The meters are natively supported under Linux, it will create a tty device and you can rewrite the data-decoding perl script from the linked site...
  3. Ok, that may be reason. But they did manage to...

    Ok, that may be reason. But they did manage to get comparable performance with the Sandy Bridge, even with a 'simple' driver. Though I don't really know how 'simple' either the Sandy Bridge or those...
  4. Ok, this is wonderful! But it leaves me...

    Ok, this is wonderful!

    But it leaves me officially confused. I always thought the Intel Linux driver is slower than the Windows one because it is using Mesa, which is inferior to Intel's...
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    Ok, but the situation is not the same. First,...

    Ok, but the situation is not the same.

    First, its not 2004 (or when was the game released? Don't know anything about it) anymore. The graphics on linux are in a much better shape, you can at least...
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    My comment was based on that if they make a lot...

    My comment was based on that if they make a lot of money (and I believe they will and they deserve all of it), paying one dev should be pretty marginal, while it would make their engine more...
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    I was so going to buy it, until I've read (and...

    I was so going to buy it, until I've read (and realized) its not gonna run on opensource drivers. And there's no way I'm going to pollute my system with fglrx.

    If I buy it anyway (or, more...
  8. So how about a PvP-based MMO? You need no grind,...

    So how about a PvP-based MMO? You need no grind, you advance through PvP and have fun cooperating with a group of people. Warhammer Online was pretty good at that, I loved the PvP there. But it had...
  9. Xorg is struggling to keep the Linux Desktop...

    Xorg is struggling to keep the Linux Desktop experience on par with commercial OSes, yet the few opensource devs working on it have to maintain loads of legacy stuff for those people running old...
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    Well from what I've heard, its gonna be...

    Well from what I've heard, its gonna be opensourced GUI and a closed source daemon (yes, daemon, to make the reverse-engineering harder if it makes any sense), so we won't be forced to use their ugly...
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    I've played DotA back in the windows days and...

    I've played DotA back in the windows days and liked it a lot.. I pretty much stopped gaming when I switched to linux though. It would be nice to try a good native linux game, especially this one!
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