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A few months ago we wrote about Linksys Reviving The WRT54G Router In 802.11AC Form. Belkin, which owns Linksys, has begun releasing code for this new router -- the WRT1900AC -- but with this early code is still some glaring problems.
4 April 2014 - OpenWRT - 7 Comments
Users of the Samsung Exynos DRM driver will see several updates appear with the Linux 3.15 kernel.
3 April 2014 - Exynos
The "HID" pull request was submitted this morning for the Linux 3.15 kernel merge window and it presents new hardware support along with Windows 8.1 multi-touch protocol support.
2 April 2014 - Input - 4 Comments
David Airlie has begun hacking on DisplayPort Multi-Stream Transport handling for the open-source DRM/KMS graphics drivers.
2 April 2014 - DisplayPort - 10 Comments
Besides suspend and resuming much quicker, the Linux 3.15 kernel also has many other ACPI and power management improvements.
2 April 2014 - Power Management
Just over one month ago Broadcom opened up their VideoCore IV 3D graphics driver stack and now it's been brought to work on the Raspberry Pi low-cost ARM board -- to the extent that it can run Quake III.
1 April 2014 - Raspberry Pi - 14 Comments
Numascale's NumaConnect technology allows organizations to build scalable, shared-memory systems from standard AMD servers using the Norwegian company's high-speed interconnect interface.
29 March 2014 - NumaConnect
While Thunderbolt was promising from a technology perspective, it hasn't seen too much adoption outside of Apple systems and the Linux support is still plaguing developers and causing nightmares among Linux users.
27 March 2014 - Thunderbolt - 18 Comments
Today at the Game Developer's Conference was an interesting session with OpenGL developers from Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA jointly talking about reducing OpenGL driver overhead.
20 March 2014 - OpenGL - 52 Comments
In celebration of last week's Phoronix Test Suite 5.0-Plavsk release we are giving away several $100 Amazon gift cards to Linux users.
17 March 2014 - Gift Cards For Benchmarks - 21 Comments
Developers working on Replicant OS, a free and open-source spin of Google's Android operating system, have claimed to uncover a backdoor into the device's file-system for several Samsung Galaxy mobile devices using the stock Android image.
12 March 2014 - Replicant - 24 Comments
Eurocom is the latest laptop vendor now offering Linux as a laptop when buying one of their high-end laptop models.
11 March 2014 - Eurocom - 6 Comments
This month will be a great month for Phoronix-reading Linux enthusiasts for a variety of reasons.
9 March 2014 - Upcoming - 3 Comments
The ASUS Zenbook UX301LA-DH71T is a Haswell-based Intel ultrabook that I have found to be quite interesting and will be carrying out a large number of Linux tests (and Windows 8.1 vs. Linux benchmarks) from this laptop that sports Intel Iris Graphics 5100, dual SSDs, and other impressive features.
8 March 2014 - Haswell - 25 Comments
The performance of several different Samsung laptop models will soon improve under Linux thanks to an important kernel fix that will appear in the Linux 3.15 kernel. This important patch addresses some ACPI issues and system performance issues for multiple Samsung laptops that have plagued Linux for at least two years.
5 March 2014 - Samsung - 7 Comments
Last week we talked about Broadcom finally open-sourcing their VideoCore IV 3D Graphics Stack and it is indeed the real McCoy, but the $10,000 Quake III bounty has yet to be claimed for getting it to work on the Raspberry Pi.
5 March 2014 - Raspberry Pi - 13 Comments
The BlueZ Linux Bluetooth stack now has support on Android for the Bluetooth GATT profile.
3 March 2014 - BlueZ - 1 Comment
In celebrating two years that Raspberry Pi has been around, Eben Upton has announced today that they are open-sourcing their OpenGL ES 1.1/2.0 graphics stack for the Broadcom VideoCore IV 3D graphics subsystem and it will help the Raspberry Pi with having a truly free graphics stack.
28 February 2014 - VideoCore - 71 Comments
Many Phoronix readers may recall the Improv ARM development board announced back in November that would be comprised of "open hardware" and be running Mer OS and compatible with Wayland. The Improv board was worked on by Aaron Seigo and other KDE developers with a focus on running either the Plasma desktop or Plasma Active, among other possibilities. While they hoped to ship the Improv in January, it's still not shipping yet to those who ordered.
26 February 2014 - March Shipping - 15 Comments
It shouldn't come as much of a surprise given the plentiful leaks in the mobile space, but Nokia today announced three mobile devices running Google's Android operating system rather than Windows Phone or MeeGo/Harmattan or Asha.
24 February 2014 - Nokia Android - 5 Comments
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