announced the 460GTx processor, which runs at speeds from 800 MHz 1.4 GHz
and integrates four gigabit ethernet controllers. It is expected to be
Three years after the last v1.4.5 update the MorphOS team has gone commercial, releasing v2.0 of their operating system for Pegasos 1 & 2 and EFIKA computers.
The new openSuSE release 11.0 reached Golden Master state. Although you can't buy the DVD yet, you can already download them.
The PPCNUX team was somehow disappointed to search a Linux PowerPC binary in vain on the Firefox 3 doanload day. So we build our own. And you can too. It's straight forward. Have a look.
Freescale's marketing folks have outdone themselves this time. While their
core-to-chip numbering is mostly intelligible (e.g. 85xx chips use the e500
As part of the QorIQ brand announced at Freescale Technology Forum this week,
Freescale announced the e500mc core. The new P4080 processor contains eight
An AMD fellow presented to Stanford, promoting a vision of co-processor accelerators driven by a general-purpose core (which would also handle legacy and single-threaded tasks).
Terra Soft Solutions is set to offer a quad-core PPC64 desk side computer starting June 10th per their web site: http://www.terrasoftsolutions.com/store/ and then click "PowerStation"
Apparently the US Department of Defense is indeed discussing the P.A. Semi
acquisition with both Apple and the Federal Trade Commission (which
IBM's Linux Technology Center has been posting podcasts (which are like news
articles but less skimmable) on various Linux topics. The next one is about