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AMD shutters key Linux support lab in Germany as part of company-wide layoffs

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The pain from recently announced job cuts by AMD could ripple out to the Linux community, as the chipmaker has shut down a small but important Linux OS research facility in Dresden, Germany. The center housed 25 employees who helped port AMD technology like PowerNow over to new Linux...
AMD shutters key Linux support lab in Germany as part of company-wide layoffs

German startup develops tinted windows that generate electricity

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The next great advance in solar power generation is always right around the corner, right? New solar technologies are often much less impressive in practice than they are on paper, but a startup called Heliatek may finally have something to really shake up the energy sector. Heliatek, which is based...
German startup develops tinted windows that generate electricity

AMD starts cutting jobs, but without a viable roadmap it has no chance of survival

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The job cuts that AMD CEO Rory Read promised a few weeks back have now begun. AMD has closed its Operating System Research Center (OSRC) in Dresden, Germany. The programmers at the OSRC were responsible for a number of code improvements to Linux, as well as for supporting features like...
AMD starts cutting jobs, but without a viable roadmap it has no chance of survival
Europe wants to be big in chip manufacturing

Smartphone chips could replace server processors in HPC, researchers say

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Looking at historical trends and performance benchmarks, a team of researchers in Spain have concluded that smartphone chips could one day replace the more expensive and power-hungry x86 processors used in most of the world's top supercomputers."History may be about to repeat itself," researchers at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center...
Smartphone chips could replace server processors in HPC, researchers say

How 3D Printing Will Transform Medicine And Manufacturing [INTERVIEW]

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[Sponsor Post] As of right now, 3D printing remains a bit of a novelty. Sure, you can design your own shoes, pretend you're on "Star Trek," or dream up a three-wheel hybrid car, but 3D printing's practical implications for business have yet to capture the public imagination.When will 3D...
How 3D Printing Will Transform Medicine And Manufacturing [INTERVIEW]
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