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Published on 15 March 2006 01:00 AM EST
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With many closely tuning into our NVIDIA 1.0-8751 and GeForce 7600/7900 coverage, its a good time to remind all of you that the latest-and-greatest Phoronix news is available via RSS (Really Simple Syndication). There are two independent channels, one for our Linux news (in this area entitled "Linux News", which you are reading right now) and then one for all of our official articles when it comes to software and hardware. The two RSS feeds can be viewed from here. Tuning into both of these channels will ensure the latest Linux hardware/software news available.

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