A lot is already known about AMD's upcoming second-generation 'Trinity' accelerated processing units (APUs), and now we can plug unofficial pricing into the spec sheet.
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) has quietly hired John Bruno, the former AMD (NYSE: AMD) hotshot notable for his work on the Trinity APUs (AMD’s second generation A series Accelerated Processing Units), as its new system architect, according to published reports.
In November 2011, Bruno got riffed out of AMD in the chipmaker’s 10 percent workforce cut, which obviously cost it some top flight talent, but whil
Business-class "Trinity" APUs would offer a 24-month planned lifecycle from launch, feature support for technologies such as AMD-V virtualization, and have better energy-efficiencies than consumer hardware.
I had Trinity installed on my Mint 12 system and, about 3 weeks ago, (somehow) completely borked it. Upon reinstallation, the Trinity servers were down. As of Friday 1/20/11, I am pleased to report that the Trinity servers are back up.
A recent discussion on LXer concerning the greatness that was Kmail reminded me that I never did a good write-up on installing the KDE3 fork, Trinity-DE.One of the more interesting aspects of this particular discussion is that I wasn't the one to bring up Trinity-DE.
Verizon’s going to be pricing the Samsung Fascinate to sell as new leaks show the device will be $199.99. It’s not much different from the pricing on other Galaxy S phones (unless you count Sprint’s extra $50 for the Epic 4G), but the text right next to the pricing lists “BOGA”: which we’ll just assume [...]