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Slashdot Items Tagged "x86"

Date / TimeStory
Friday August 15, 2014 @08:20PM Not Just For ThinkPads Anymore: Lenovo Gets OK To Buy IBM Server Line
Thursday July 31, 2014 @03:37PM HP Gives OpenVMS New Life and Path To X86 Port
Tuesday January 28, 2014 @01:21PM IBM's PC Junior Turns 30, Too
Thursday January 23, 2014 @02:09AM IBM's x86 Server Business Back On the Market
Thursday November 28, 2013 @11:09AM $39 Arduino Compatible Boardset Runs Linux On New x86 SoC
Tuesday September 10, 2013 @11:58AM AMD Reveals Roadmap For ARM and X86 SoCs
Monday May 13, 2013 @06:49PM Intel's Haswell Moves Voltage Regulator On-Die
Monday April 22, 2013 @05:58PM 64-bit x86 Computing Reaches 10th Anniversary
Friday April 19, 2013 @06:15PM IBM In Talks To Sell x86 Server Business To Lenovo
Wednesday September 05, 2012 @11:16AM AMD64 Surpasses i386 As Debian's Most Popular Architecture
Thursday August 23, 2012 @11:12AM Baserock Slab Server Pairs High-Density ARM Chips With Linux
Thursday July 26, 2012 @02:40PM World's Most Powerful x86 Supercomputer Boots Up in Germany
Wednesday November 30, 2011 @11:10AM AMD Confirms Commitment To x86
Thursday November 17, 2011 @01:30AM Intel's Plans For X86 Android, Smartphones, and Tablets
Friday September 16, 2011 @11:01AM Microsoft: No Windows 8 ARM Support For x86 Apps
Tuesday July 26, 2011 @04:02PM Interviews: Ask Technologist Kevin Kelly About Everything
Friday April 29, 2011 @07:33PM AMD Gives ARM License a Miss, Will Stick To x86
Wednesday April 20, 2011 @12:17PM Intel confirms that Android 3.0 is coming to x86 t
Sunday March 06, 2011 @11:46AM Taiwanese OEMs Consider ARM Products For Windows 8
Thursday February 24, 2011 @02:44PM Google x86 Native Browser Client Maybe Not So Crazy After All
Wednesday June 23, 2010 @02:14PM Intel Says Farewell To PCI Bus
Thursday January 14, 2010 @07:09PM Cliff Click's Crash Course In Modern Hardware
Tuesday December 22, 2009 @10:21AM CherryPal's $99 "Odd Lots" Netbook
Thursday January 04, 2007 @10:14PM Why Do We Use x86 CPUs?
Thursday August 03, 2006 @04:42AM The Next Three Days are the x86 Days

At the source of every error which is blamed on the computer you will find at least two human errors, including the error of blaming it on the computer.

 



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