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Haiku details its GSoC projects
Haiku has been accepted into Google Summer of Code again this year, and over the past few days the project has detailed some of the areas developers will be focusing on. For instance, Vivek will be working to bring 3D hardware acceleration to Haiku: The Mesa renderer in Haiku presently ventures (...)
[OSNews]

The Story of NESticle
One of those fans, a programmer from Kansas with an offbeat sense of humor and an unmissable skillset, released a PC emulator for the NES - a reverse-engineered software version of the hardware platform. Called "NESticle", its Windows icon was, quite literally and indelicately, a pair of (...)
[OSNews]

Why is Microsoft turning its Surface business into the next Nokia?
If Microsoft wants to make PC hardware, it needs to do so properly and commit to the same kinds of updates as other PC OEMs. Almost every other PC OEM has refreshed its systems for Kaby Lake. Almost every other PC OEM has adopted, at least for machines in the premium space that Surface (...)
[OSNews]

Computer pioneer Harry Huskey dies aged 101
The veteran hardware maker worked on the Eniac machine and helped Alan Turing build a computer.
[BBC News]

Computer pioneer Harry Huskey dies aged 101
The veteran hardware maker worked on the Eniac machine and helped Alan Turing build a computer.
[BBC]

Ohio prison inmates 'built computers and hid them in ceiling'
The pair of prisoners at a US institution obtained the hardware through a PC recycling programme.
[BBC News]

Ohio prison inmates 'built computers and hid them in ceiling'
The pair of prisoners at a US institution obtained the hardware through a PC recycling programme.
[BBC]

A quick look at the Ikea IoT lighting platform
Ikea recently launched their Tr√•dfri smart lighting platform in the US. The idea of Ikea plus internet security together at last seems like a pretty terrible one, but having taken a look it's surprisingly competent. Hardware-wise, the device is pretty minimal - it seems to be based on the (...)
[OSNews]

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