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News Source Site: Slashdot: Hardware

Dell Packs Xeon and Quadro GPU In 4lb Laptop
Posted by: MojoKid
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World's Largest Solar Power Plant To Supply Enough Energy For 1.1 Million People
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Skylake Breaks 7GHz In Intel Overclocking World Record
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Google Working On Wireless Charging For Self-Driving Cars
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Talos Secure Workstation Is Free-Software Centric — and $3100 [Updated]
Posted by: jones_supa
While the engineers found solace in the POWER8 architecture with being more open than AMD/Intel CPUs, they still are searching for a graphics card that is open enough to receive the FSF Respect Your Freedom certification.

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NAND Flash Density Surpasses HDDs', But Price Is Still a Sticking Point
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Where Are the Raspberry Pi Zeros?
Posted by: mikejuk
given away

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Linux Kernel Patch Hints At At 32-Core Support For AMD Zen Chips
Posted by: New
Confirms,

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Report: Google Will Go In Big For VR Hardware This Year
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Ask Slashdot: Surge Protection For International Travel?
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Unreal Engine Will Soon Allow Developers To Build Games Inside of VR
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Let Your Pupils Do the Typing
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Some Reversible USB-C Cables/Adapters Could Cause Irreversible Damage
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Intel Says Chips To Become Slower But More Energy Efficient
Posted by: An
The best pure technology improvements we can make will bring improvements in power consumption but will reduce speed.

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Amazon's Thin Helvetica Syndrome: Font Anorexia vs. Kindle Readability
Posted by: David
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Have Your iPhone 6 Repaired, Only To Get It Bricked By Apple
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MIT Reveals "Hack-Proof" RFID Chip
Posted by: JustAnotherOldGuy
We believe this research is an important step toward the goal of a robust, lo-cost, low-power authentication protocol for the industrial internet.

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Porsche Builds Photovoltaic Pylon, Offsetting Luddite Position On Self-Drive
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Push To Hack: Reverse Engineering an IP Camera
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Canonical Reveals the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Tablet
Posted by: LichtSpektren
A stunning 10.1-inch IPS touch display powered a full HD 1920×1200 pixel resolution at 240 ppi. Inside is a 64-bit MediaTek MT8163A 1.5GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal memory. A micro SD memory card is included, adding storage expansion of up to 64GB. Furthermore, the converged slate includes an 8-megapixel rear camera with autofocus and dual LED flash (and capable of recording in full 1080p), plus a front facing 3-megapixel camera for video chats, vlogs and selfies. Front facing Dolby Atmos speakers will provide a superior sound experience during movie playback. The M10 measure 246mm x 171mm x 8.2mm, weighs just 470 grams — lighter than the Apple iPad Air — and has a 7280 mAh battery to give up to 10 hours of use. ... Tablet mode offers a side stage for running two apps side-by-side, plus a full range of legacy desktop applications, mobile apps and scopes. LibreOffice, Mozilla Firefox, The GIMP and Gedit are among a 'curated collection of legacy apps' to ship pre-installed on the tablet. It will also be possible for developers and enthusiasts to install virtually any ARM compatible app available on Ubuntu using the familiar 'apt-get' command.

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