Doom being ported to unusual hardware has become a common recurring tech theme over the years, but now it has been ported to a BIOS. Coreboot has been updated to version 4.17 today, reports Linux-centric news site Phoronix. Originally known as LinuxBIOS, which provides a better clue to its utility value, Coreboot 4.17 supports new motherboards, delivers a new

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With the Linux 5.19 merge window complete, here is my usual look at all of the interesting changes I’ve been watching for this next version of the Linux kernel. Linux 5.19 is quite a big summer time upgrade to this open-source kernel with many new and improved features coming for this kernel that will debut as stable in late July.

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There’s still very little we know about the device but that’s starting to change

Nothing founder Carl Pei has ingeniously kept up the hype surrounding the company’s very first smartphone despite revealing almost nothing useful about it. Less than a couple of months possibly remain until launch, yet all we know is that the phone

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Intel had at least one Arc GPU-powered NUC on demonstration at DreamHack Dallas this weekend. Though no official Intel footage or blogs discuss this event, a YouTuber has made a short video of someone playing a fast-paced modern racing game on an Intel NUC with an Arc Alchemist GPU.

Above, you can see someone enjoying a blast around the Grid

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Thanks to the UV resin 3D printer in recent years, I am very happy that this dream came true. However, the UV resin 3D printer I bought was very different from the old-fashioned 2d printers and the resin I needed was not easily found. It was easy to find, but it was very difficult to find a quality resin for

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The increasing demand of large files that may dictate the need of high capacity storage

Capacity Storage : Today, more than ever, people from all backgrounds are downloading, streaming & demanding media of such high content that now even drains energy consumption required to keep the servers running. That just tells you the sheer volume of data that is at

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