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SECO 3.5″ Single Board Computer with RK3568 SoC and Linux Compatibility

The SBC-3.5-RK3568 by SECO is a robust 3.5” single board computer powered by the Rockchip RK3568 SoC, combining high performance with extensive connectivity options. This SBC is tailored for a variety of applications, from industrial automation to digital signage and media streaming.

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Meet TUXEDO Stellaris Slim 15 Gen6, a Thin and Light Linux Gaming Ultrabook

Powered by either Intel Core i9-14900HX or AMD Ryzen 7 8845HS processors, the TUXEDO Stellaris Slim 15 Gen6 laptop features NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 or NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 dedicated graphics cards, up to 64 GB (Intel) or 96 GB (AMD) DDR5-5600 RAM, up to 8 TB SSD PCIe 4.0 storage, TPM 2.0, and a maximum capacity 99 Wh battery.

KDE Gear 24.05 Software Suite Released with New KDE Apps, Many Improvements

KDE Gear 24.05 is here almost three months after KDE Gear 24.02 and introduces several new KDE apps, such as the Audex CD ripper app, Accessibility Inspector tool for checking app accessibility, Francis productivity app, Kalm wellness app, and Skladnik Sokoban-like game.

Mesa 24.1 Linux Graphics Stack Released with Vulkan Explicit Sync Support

The biggest new feature in the Mesa 24.1 graphics stack release is the implementation of explicit sync for Vulkan X11 WSI, just in time for the recently released Xwayland implementation of explicit GPU synchronization into the XOrg Server for users of NVIDIA graphics cards to finally get rid of many graphical glitches and other issues.

You Can Now Upgrade Ubuntu 23.10 to Ubuntu 24.04 LTS, Here’s How

Dubbed Noble Numbat, Ubuntu 24.04 LTS introduces several new features and improvements, such as the Linux kernel 6.8 for better hardware support, the latest GNOME 46 desktop environment, a new Mesa graphics stack for better gaming, as well as some of the most recent GNU/Linux technologies.

Alpine Linux 3.20 Released with Initial Support for 64-Bit RISC-V, KDE Plasma 6

Coming five and a half months after Alpine Linux 3.19, the Alpine Linux 3.20 release is still powered by the long-term supported Linux 6.6 LTS kernel series and introduces initial support for the 64-bit RISC-V architecture, as well as support for the latest GNOME 46 and KDE Plasma 6 desktop environment series.

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