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Here's a current look at some of the most popular open-source / Linux / hardware topics covered on Phoronix.


Linux 3.16

The Linux 3.16 kernel will be introduced in the summer of 2014 with many new features.

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GNOME 3.14

GNOME 3.14 is a major update to the GNOME desktop environment due out in late 2014.

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Linux 3.17

Linux 3.17 is a feature-rich update to the kernel that brings new drivers, performance optimizations, improved Intel Broadwell support, and other new capabilities with a release date expected in October of 2014.

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Jetson TK1

The Jetson TK1 is NVIDIA's reference development board for the Tegra K1 ARM SoC that initially features a quad-core Cortex-A15 CPU with Kepler graphics.

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AM1

The AMD AM1 platform was introduced in 2014 for low-cost Athlon and Sempron APUs.

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Mesa 10.3

Mesa 10.3 is a very significant H2-2014 update to the open-source Mesa OpenGL library.

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RHEL7

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0

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Ubuntu 14.10

Ubuntu 14.10 is codenamed the Utopic Unicorn and will be released in October of 2014.

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Unreal Engine 4

Unreal Engine 4 is a major engine update out of Epic Games and features first-rate Linux support.

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VOGL

VOGL is an open-source OpenGL debugger developed by Valve Software mostly intended for use by Linux video game developers.

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KDE 4.13

KDE 4.13 is an applications and platform update to the KDE4 software stack for release in 2014.

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HiDPI

HiDPI is short for displays with a high DPI / pixel density, such as the Retina MacBook Pro and ASUS Zenbook. HiDPI support within Linux is still maturing.

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Plasma Next

Plasma Next is the next-generation KDE user interface.

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Link-Time Optimization

Link-Time Optimizations are optimizations done by the compiler at link-time, when interprocedural optimizations can be applied against the entire code-base as a whole of what's being compiled rather than just the scope of a single source file being compiled at a time.

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Google Go

Google Go is a new programming language.

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Maxwell

Maxwell is NVIDIA's 2014 graphics architecture succeeding Kepler. Maxwell has been supported by the binary NVIDIA Linux driver from day-one while the Nouveau open-source support is ongoing.

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BlueZ

BlueZ is the open-source Linux Bluetooth stack.

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