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In June we should start seeing the Allwinner A80-based hardware designs hitting the market for a much needed performance boost for Allwinner SoCs.
5 May 2014 - Allwinner A80 - 17 Comments
The work by David Airlie of Red Hat's DisplayPort Multi-Stream Transport is beginning to show success.
3 May 2014 - DisplayPort MST - 8 Comments
A few Phoronix readers have written in with excitement thinking in recent weeks - including this morning - that ARM open-sourced their Linux/Android graphics driver... But in reality, nothing has changed.
2 May 2014 - Bits - 6 Comments
Clpeak is a relatively new open-source tool for querying the peak capabilities of OpenCL devices under Linux.
28 April 2014 - clpeak
A new update was recently released for Jolla's Sailfish OS for running on Google's Nexus 4 smart-phone.
27 April 2014 - Sailfish OS - 8 Comments
Those in need of an affordable external DVD writer that's USB 2.0 based and will work with Linux, Amazon has a simple yet reliable and Linux-friendly slim external DVD burner that doesn't cost too much.
20 April 2014 - DVD Burner - 13 Comments
For those that may be looking for a PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet adapter, the TP-LINK TG-3468 is a suitable choice and costs just $12 USD and runs well with Linux.
20 April 2014 - Ethernet - 27 Comments
One of the newer supports of Phoronix.com is eRacks, a company specializing in open-source systems -- primarily rackmounts and other high performance hardware -- since 1999.
19 April 2014 - eRacks - 14 Comments
Announced last year was an open-source ARM development board running Mer with an aim of supporting X.Org and Wayland based environments and would be powerful enough to run KDE's Plasma Active environment. The Improv is now three months past its original ship-date and there's no indication of the low-end dual-core Cortex-A7 + 1GB RAM hardware shipping anytime soon.
18 April 2014 - Improv - 9 Comments
A second Git pull request has been made for the ACPI and power management code within the kernel for Linux 3.15.
10 April 2014 - Power Management
Belkin announced today they are starting to ship the WRT1900AC, their WRT54G open-source router successor that now supports 802.11ac and other modern features. Belkin is working on open-source OpenWRT support for this new router.
10 April 2014 - Open-Source Router - 48 Comments
Qualcomm announced this morning their next-generation 64-bit processors for what they hope yields "the ultimate connected mobile computing experiences" with a ton of new features and capabilities.
7 April 2014 - Snapdragon 800 - 28 Comments
There's continued work with the Linux 3.15 kernel for bettering ARM hardware support on Linux, but overall there isn't anything overly exciting by the SoC changes this merge window.
5 April 2014 - ARM - 2 Comments
AAEON, a company owned by ASUS that specializes in industrial and embedded platforms for applications ranging from railroads to the military, sent over their AAEON EMB-BT1 board that's loaded with an Atom E3825 Bay Trail SoC. A full Linux write-up of this exciting mini-ITX board will be coming soon on Phoronix, but for some weekend benchmarks are some initial results for the E3825 when running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.
5 April 2014 - AAEON EMB-BT1 - 2 Comments
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
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