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Freedreno Gallium3D Now Banging The Adreno A3XX

One month after Rob Clark began developing his Freedreno Gallium3D stack for Qualcomm's Adreno A3xx hardware, he's beginning to achieve visual success. While the code hasn't yet been merged into mainline Mesa, on an A320 as found on the Google Nexus 4 he has es2gears (the OpenGL ES version of glxgears) successfully running on this open-source code.
20 May 2013 - Rob Clark's Driver - 10 Comments

Jolla Announces Their First Phone

The ex-Nokia developers that formed Jolla to work on Sailfish OS to work on a new range of Linux-based smartphones to start where MeeGo left off, have announced their first smartphone.
20 May 2013 - Jolla Smartphone - 56 Comments

Logitech Begins Supporting Linux Users

While Linux game developers and publishers have grown more interested in the Linux market-share over the past year following Valve's major Linux play, one of the sectors that is still lagging behind is gaming hardware and peripherals. Fortunately, Logitech is finally beginning to show their Linux cards.
18 May 2013 - Logitech Interest - 31 Comments

DRM Graphics Driver Comes For Dove/Cubox

The SolidRun CuBox is advertised as the "world's smallest desktop computer" with a size of just two-inches cubed (5cm). The CuBox is powered by an ARM PJ4 800MHz SoC and now it has available an open-source DRM Linux graphics driver.
17 May 2013 - Cubox - 6 Comments

Linux 3.10: Improved eCryptfs AES-NI Performance

The eCryptfs pull for the Linux 3.10 kernel has been merged. What's noticeable about this feature pull is the improved encryption performance for modern AMD/Intel CPUs supporting AES-NI.
10 May 2013 - eCryptfs

Why IBM Now Views LLVM As Being Critical Software

It wasn't until the middle of 2012 that IBM viewed LLVM as being "critical" to support but since then they have decided to fully support LLVM across all IBM server platforms. Last week in Paris at the European LLVM Meeting, one of their developers talked about the tipping point in supporting LLVM on IBM hardware and their current development status.
7 May 2013 - IBM LLVM - 18 Comments

KVM Virtualization Gets New Features In Linux 3.10

The Linux 3.10 kernel will feature new improvements and features when it comes to KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) virtualization.
5 May 2013 - Linux 3.10 Kernel - 1 Comment

ARM Support Will Change A Lot With Linux 3.10

In addition to improved 64-bit ARM support with the Linux 3.10 kernel, ARM architecture support in general will improve a lot with this in-development kernel release.
2 May 2013 - ARM Support - 5 Comments

ARM64 Support Will Improve In Linux 3.10 (AArch64)

Support for the emerging 64-bit ARM Architecture, a.k.a. ARM64 or AArch64, will see better support with the Linux 3.10 kernel.
2 May 2013 - 64-bit ARM

More Linux Utilities Come For USB Logitech Devices

It's been a while since last reporting any improved to Logitech device support on Linux or any other USB gaming mice/keyboards for Linux. However, a Phoronix reader has written in with some news.
27 April 2013 - Improvements - 54 Comments

The State Of ARM SoC GPU Linux Drivers

Here's an interesting interview concerning the state of open-source Linux SoC graphics drivers.
26 April 2013 - Linux Graphics - 16 Comments

ZFS vs. EXT4 On Linux Multi-Disk RAID Benchmarks

When dealing with multi-disk configurations and RAID, the ZFS file-system on Linux can begin to outperform EXT4 at least in some configurations.
25 April 2013 - RAID Benchmarks - 27 Comments

NetworkManager's ModemManager Now Speaks MBIM

ModemManager, the component of NetworkManager for dealing with mobile broadband devices and other modem hardware, now has support for the new MBIM protocol.
17 April 2013 - ModemManager - 7 Comments

Ouya Game Console Performance Is Disappointing

The gaming performance for Ouya, the successful Kickstarter project to develop a low-cost Android-powered open game console, is rather poor.
15 April 2013 - Ouya - 177 Comments

IBM Pushes New SystemZ Back-End For LLVM

IBM is becoming increasingly interested in SystemZ for a variety of purposes, including the use of the Gallium3D LLVMpipe driver. As a result, IBM developers have created a new LLVM back-end for their mainframe computers.
14 April 2013 - SystemZ - 1 Comment

HP Launches Their Low-Power Moonshot Servers

For the better part of two years now HP has been working on "Project Moonshot" as what the company hopes will be revolutionary as a new ultra energy-efficient server architecture. Moonshot began with Calxeda-based ARM SoCs, but in the end HP settled for Intel Atom processors. Released today were HP's Moonshot system based on the Intel Atom S1200.
8 April 2013 - Project Moonshot - 16 Comments

Dell/Alienware Introduce Linux Gaming PC

Alienware, the brand once very well known amongst gamers for their high-end gaming PCs and was since acquired by Dell, has introduced their first (Ubuntu) Linux gaming PC.
5 April 2013 - Alienware Gaming - 50 Comments

Intel Ultrabook: Fedora 18 vs. Ubuntu 13.04 Tests

Our latest benchmarks from the ASUS S56CA-WH31 Intel Ultrabook is comparing the performance of this Ivy Bridge laptop between Fedora 18 and a recent Ubuntu 13.04 development snapshot under various workloads.
4 April 2013 - Ultrabook On Linux - 14 Comments

Leap Motion Support Comes To Linux

The Leap Motion device with its motion sensing technology is now supported by Linux.
28 March 2013 - Leap Motion - 13 Comments

Systemd 199 Has Its Own D-Bus Client Library

Lennart Poettering released systemd 199 on Tuesday and it brings with it a couple of new features.
27 March 2013 - Systemd 199 - 160 Comments

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