Unluckily Ana announced, that there will be no backports of KDE 4.2.
IBM will add some racks to the jugene supercomputer in Jülich. 294.912 PowerPC cores will race to exceed 1 petaflop.
Dear Power Architecture users: The long waited CRUX PPC version 2.4 multilib is now available.
Supports Apple 32bit 'NewWorl' G3, G4 and Apple 64bit G5, Genesi PegasosII and Efika, Acube Sam440ep, YDL Powerstation, IBM Intellistation POWER 185 and IBM Chrp 32bit.
Toshiba shows off the Cell-TV in Japan. It should be available in 2009. The purpose of adding a multimedia processor into a TV is straight forward. In the near future TVs have to show content via satellite, cable, wireless and via internet. It has to show not only the current formats and handle the various codecs but also those that will come. And there is only one way to ensure that your TV of today can handle the formats of tomorrow, a good cpu. Toshiba choose a Cell B.E. that can handle up to 48 streams or 8 live broadcasts at once. Read on EEtimes ...
Of course when we say three we have to say three oh one. And as we were a little surprised by your response, we done a little bit more.
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.
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"
Ubuntu's new version 8.0.4, Hardy Heron has finalized its testing period and is now available for download (though the server might be a little slow at the moment). The good about is: The PPC version is a 100% on time.