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Green Hills rolls support for OMAP35x
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2/27/2008   Post a comment
Green Hills Software, has announced plans to support the Texas Instruments OMAP35x superscalar applications processors.
Opinion: Time to plow multiple paths to parallel computing
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2/22/2008   Post a comment
Many stakeholders in the computer industry need to step up quickly to fund multiple large-scale projects pursuing a needed breakthrough in parallel computing.
Berkeley researcher describes parallel path
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2/22/2008   Post a comment
A veteran computer science researcher described plans for defining a new model for parallel programming at an annual gathering at the University of California at Berkeley where otherss sketched out issues they are pursuing that could lead to the era of ubiquitous computing.
India rides new wave of globalization
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2/19/2008   Post a comment
India is riding a new wave of globalization-"and prosperity--as the economics of IT outsourcing, design and development propel it into a new role as a technology leader.
Asterisk VoIP PBX guide
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2/15/2008   Post a comment
Here's a roundup of articles on the Open Source Asterisk VoIP PBX.
Android opens door to IC open source
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2/14/2008   Post a comment
Mobile World Congress this year has offered a storm of announcements and demonstrations surrounding Google's new Android mobile operating system. But the demonstrations of Android--a Linux-based, open mobile platform--sparked as many questions as answers.
Wintel will fund parallel software lab at Berkeley
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2/14/2008   Post a comment
Intel and Microsoft will help fund a new Parallel Computing Lab at the University of California at Berkeley in an effort to define a parallel programming model that will serve the multicore processors already on the drawing board.
Nomadik adds application platform for Linux-based devices
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2/12/2008   Post a comment
STMicroelectronics expanded its Nomadik multimedia application processor ecosystem with the integration of Linux and Trolltech's Qtopia application environment in the STn8815 Nomadik engine.


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