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On the heels of its recent Chrome 36 software update, Google announced on its official Chromium blog Friday that the beta of Chrome 37 is now available for download. The new software means that Chrome can now support Microsoft Windows' new text-rendering API, DirectWrite. The API replaces Graphics Device Interface (GDI), first developed in the 1980s.

On the heels of its recent Chrome 36 software update, Google announced on its official Chromium blog Friday that the beta of Chrome 37 is now available for download. The new software means that Chrome can now support Microsoft Windows' new text-rendering API, DirectWrite. The API replaces Graphics Device Interface (GDI), first developed in the 1980s.

On the heels of its recent Chrome 36 software update, Google announced on its official Chromium blog Friday that the beta of Chrome 37 is now available for download. The new software means that Chrome can now support Microsoft Windows' new text-rendering API, DirectWrite. The API replaces Graphics Device Interface (GDI), first developed in the 1980s.

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... MICROSOFT REVEALS DIRECTX 12 AT GDC ... Microsoft unveiled the next iteration of their graphics API, DirectX 12, during a talk at this week’s Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. One of the key enhancements highlighted in DirectX 12 focuses on maximizing performance. According to Microsoft’s DirectX blog, DirectX 12 makes it easier for developers to spread computing tasks across multiple CPU cores, allowing for a “50 percent improvement in PC utilization,” based on 3DMark benchmarks running a DirectX 12 test.

... MICROSOFT REVEALS DIRECTX 12 AT GDC ... Microsoft unveiled the next iteration of their graphics API, DirectX 12, during a talk at this week’s Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. One of the key enhancements highlighted in DirectX 12 focuses on maximizing performance. According to Microsoft’s DirectX blog, DirectX 12 makes it easier for developers to spread computing tasks across multiple CPU cores, allowing for a “50 percent improvement in PC utilization,” based on 3DMark benchmarks running a DirectX 12 test.

... MICROSOFT REVEALS DIRECTX 12 AT GDC ... Microsoft unveiled the next iteration of their graphics API, DirectX 12, during a talk at this week’s Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. One of the key enhancements highlighted in DirectX 12 focuses on maximizing performance. According to Microsoft’s DirectX blog, DirectX 12 makes it easier for developers to spread computing tasks across multiple CPU cores, allowing for a “50 percent improvement in PC utilization,” based on 3DMark benchmarks running a DirectX 12 test.

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... HARLEY-DAVIDSON THERMAL REFLECTIVE JACKET ... The new men’s Highland Functional Jacket (pictured above) with Leather Accents from the Harley-Davidson MotorClothes line is engineered for all-weather versatility and excellent heat retention. The waterproof, 600 denier polyester jacket features a removable, zip-out full-sleeve liner incorporating Thermal Reflective Technology to preserve radiant body heat for added warmth and maximum body temperature regulation. Zippered front and back vents provide additional temperature control while snap sleeve tabs and adjustable waist tabs offer a custom fit. Leather accents throughout compliment the embroidered graphics and contrasting panels. Available in S-5XL and Tall sizes.

... HARLEY-DAVIDSON THERMAL REFLECTIVE JACKET ... The new men’s Highland Functional Jacket (pictured above) with Leather Accents from the Harley-Davidson MotorClothes line is engineered for all-weather versatility and excellent heat retention. The waterproof, 600 denier polyester jacket features a removable, zip-out full-sleeve liner incorporating Thermal Reflective Technology to preserve radiant body heat for added warmth and maximum body temperature regulation. Zippered front and back vents provide additional temperature control while snap sleeve tabs and adjustable waist tabs offer a custom fit. Leather accents throughout compliment the embroidered graphics and contrasting panels. Available in S-5XL and Tall sizes.

... HARLEY-DAVIDSON THERMAL REFLECTIVE JACKET ... The new men’s Highland Functional Jacket (pictured above) with Leather Accents from the Harley-Davidson MotorClothes line is engineered for all-weather versatility and excellent heat retention. The waterproof, 600 denier polyester jacket features a removable, zip-out full-sleeve liner incorporating Thermal Reflective Technology to preserve radiant body heat for added warmth and maximum body temperature regulation. Zippered front and back vents provide additional temperature control while snap sleeve tabs and adjustable waist tabs offer a custom fit. Leather accents throughout compliment the embroidered graphics and contrasting panels. Available in S-5XL and Tall sizes.

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Firefox OS for Mobile device is coming.. Originally introduced as the Boot2Gecko (B2G) project, Firefox OS is a next-generation operating system that is describes as “magical”. This platform has the potential to break the mobile OS space open. Firefox OS is far from the screenshots in the blog post. The graphics are cleaner and based from a video of a Firefox OS demo, the interaction is smoother and tighter. The way it is shaping up, the Mobile OS as we know it is on its was to be “webified,” ie, folks who know how to code using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript can make full-fledged apps. Because Firefox OS is constructed using HTML, JavaScript and CSS it means you only need basic Web development skills to reach in and completely change the device experience. You could literally change one line of CSS and completely change the way the icons on the homescreen look, or re-write some core JavaScript files that handle phone-calls. Folks in Brazil will get to see a mass-market release of affordable phones (not iPhone-level for sure) with Firefox OS via Telefonica, and this will be a testbed for how this new OS will be deployed commercially. Hacker-types can of course download Firefox OS and install an instance on their phones (Android phones most likely) and even already write apps. Let’s see how Firefox OS will progress in the next few months.

Firefox OS for Mobile device is coming.. Originally introduced as the Boot2Gecko (B2G) project, Firefox OS is a next-generation operating system that is describes as “magical”. This platform has the potential to break the mobile OS space open. Firefox OS is far from the screenshots in the blog post. The graphics are cleaner and based from a video of a Firefox OS demo, the interaction is smoother and tighter. The way it is shaping up, the Mobile OS as we know it is on its was to be “webified,” ie, folks who know how to code using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript can make full-fledged apps. Because Firefox OS is constructed using HTML, JavaScript and CSS it means you only need basic Web development skills to reach in and completely change the device experience. You could literally change one line of CSS and completely change the way the icons on the homescreen look, or re-write some core JavaScript files that handle phone-calls. Folks in Brazil will get to see a mass-market release of affordable phones (not iPhone-level for sure) with Firefox OS via Telefonica, and this will be a testbed for how this new OS will be deployed commercially. Hacker-types can of course download Firefox OS and install an instance on their phones (Android phones most likely) and even already write apps. Let’s see how Firefox OS will progress in the next few months.

Firefox OS for Mobile device is coming.. Originally introduced as the Boot2Gecko (B2G) project, Firefox OS is a next-generation operating system that is describes as “magical”. This platform has the potential to break the mobile OS space open. Firefox OS is far from the screenshots in the blog post. The graphics are cleaner and based from a video of a Firefox OS demo, the interaction is smoother and tighter. The way it is shaping up, the Mobile OS as we know it is on its was to be “webified,” ie, folks who know how to code using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript can make full-fledged apps. Because Firefox OS is constructed using HTML, JavaScript and CSS it means you only need basic Web development skills to reach in and completely change the device experience. You could literally change one line of CSS and completely change the way the icons on the homescreen look, or re-write some core JavaScript files that handle phone-calls. Folks in Brazil will get to see a mass-market release of affordable phones (not iPhone-level for sure) with Firefox OS via Telefonica, and this will be a testbed for how this new OS will be deployed commercially. Hacker-types can of course download Firefox OS and install an instance on their phones (Android phones most likely) and even already write apps. Let’s see how Firefox OS will progress in the next few months.

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Supercomputer gets super storage. The US’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has deployed the ultimate in high performance computing (HPC) storage, with more than 40PB (400 00 000 GB) of DataDirect Networks (DDN) SAN capacity providing 1TB per second (1000 GBps) of throughput to support the world’s fastest supercomputer, Titan. Titan has 18,688 compute nodes, each comprising an AMD 16-core Opteron 6274 processor for a total of 299,008 CPU cores, that is linked to an Nvidia K20X graphics processing unit (GPU) and plugged into the NCCS’s Cray XK7. Titan is capable of 27Tflops – 27 trillion calculations per second – performance and is the hardware host for the Spider II file system. This is built on the Lustre open source parallel file system that scales to billions of files.

Supercomputer gets super storage. The US’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has deployed the ultimate in high performance computing (HPC) storage, with more than 40PB (400 00 000 GB) of DataDirect Networks (DDN) SAN capacity providing 1TB per second (1000 GBps) of throughput to support the world’s fastest supercomputer, Titan. Titan has 18,688 compute nodes, each comprising an AMD 16-core Opteron 6274 processor for a total of 299,008 CPU cores, that is linked to an Nvidia K20X graphics processing unit (GPU) and plugged into the NCCS’s Cray XK7. Titan is capable of 27Tflops – 27 trillion calculations per second – performance and is the hardware host for the Spider II file system. This is built on the Lustre open source parallel file system that scales to billions of files.

Supercomputer gets super storage. The US’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has deployed the ultimate in high performance computing (HPC) storage, with more than 40PB (400 00 000 GB) of DataDirect Networks (DDN) SAN capacity providing 1TB per second (1000 GBps) of throughput to support the world’s fastest supercomputer, Titan. Titan has 18,688 compute nodes, each comprising an AMD 16-core Opteron 6274 processor for a total of 299,008 CPU cores, that is linked to an Nvidia K20X graphics processing unit (GPU) and plugged into the NCCS’s Cray XK7. Titan is capable of 27Tflops – 27 trillion calculations per second – performance and is the hardware host for the Spider II file system. This is built on the Lustre open source parallel file system that scales to billions of files.

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:: Mondrian, The Fanless Mini PC From Jeffrey Stephenson :: Jeffrey Stephenson is well known for creating custom PCs using wood, although this time Jeffrey’s latest creations is a little different, as well as using a range of wood he has also used acrylic to create the Mondrian, a mini fanless PC inspired by the Dutch artists Piet Mondrian. The Mondrian was created using birch plywood basswood and colored hand cut acrylic tiles and uses a fanless mini-ITX design. The Mondrian is powered by an Intel Core i3-2105 processor, and also features Intel HD graphics, a 256GB SSD, 8GB of RAM and a 120w picoPSU, for the OS Jeffrey has installed Windows 8 Consumer Preview

:: Mondrian, The Fanless Mini PC From Jeffrey Stephenson :: Jeffrey Stephenson is well known for creating custom PCs using wood, although this time Jeffrey’s latest creations is a little different, as well as using a range of wood he has also used acrylic to create the Mondrian, a mini fanless PC inspired by the Dutch artists Piet Mondrian. The Mondrian was created using birch plywood basswood and colored hand cut acrylic tiles and uses a fanless mini-ITX design. The Mondrian is powered by an Intel Core i3-2105 processor, and also features Intel HD graphics, a 256GB SSD, 8GB of RAM and a 120w picoPSU, for the OS Jeffrey has installed Windows 8 Consumer Preview

:: Mondrian, The Fanless Mini PC From Jeffrey Stephenson :: Jeffrey Stephenson is well known for creating custom PCs using wood, although this time Jeffrey’s latest creations is a little different, as well as using a range of wood he has also used acrylic to create the Mondrian, a mini fanless PC inspired by the Dutch artists Piet Mondrian. The Mondrian was created using birch plywood basswood and colored hand cut acrylic tiles and uses a fanless mini-ITX design. The Mondrian is powered by an Intel Core i3-2105 processor, and also features Intel HD graphics, a 256GB SSD, 8GB of RAM and a 120w picoPSU, for the OS Jeffrey has installed Windows 8 Consumer Preview

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