FTX.US launches FTX Stocks, a zero-commission stock trading feature available through the FTX app, rolling out in the US over the coming months (Frank Chaparro/The Block)

Frank Chaparro / The Block: FTX.US launches FTX Stocks, a zero-commission stock trading feature available through the FTX app, rolling out in the US over the coming months  —  – The news comes shortly after Sam Bankman-Fried’s acquisition of a 7.6% stake in retail trading giant Robinhood. Adminlinuxchatter.com/

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(PR) Lofree Introduces Three New Mechanical Keyboards: Wanderfree Moment, 1% Mechanical, & Gift Box Wireless

In today’s times when most brands are moving towards digitalization, there is a brand that still believes in retro-themed designs for products that come into use in our day-to-day activities. We are talking about the brand called Lofree here. Lofree is a well-known brand that has got all the praises for having a unique design approach for modern products. They specialize in designing products such as mechanical keyboards, Bluetooth table speakers, table fans, etc. Today, Lofree took it to the …

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Intel's Clear Linux Outpacing Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, Fedora 36 & Other H1'2022 Distros

Given the recent releases of Ubuntu 22.04 LTS and Fedora 36 among other recent OS updates, it’s time for a fresh look at how various Linux distributions are performing. This Linux benchmarking bout is looking at the Xeon Platinum 8380 2P “Ice Lake” performance across Arch Linux, Debian, openSUSE, CentOS Stream, AlmaLinux, Fedora, Ubuntu, and Intel’s Clear Linux. Adminlinuxchatter.com/

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RADV Vulkan Driver Continues At Full-Speed Preparing For RDNA3/GFX11 GPUs

Last week I wrote about how well known Mesa developer Samuel Pitoiset who is employed by Valve already started working on GFX11 (RDNA3) support for RADV, the open-source Radeon Vulkan driver in Mesa that isn’t officially supported by AMD but remains more popular than their own “AMDVLK” driver. More GFX11/RDNA3 preparation work remains ongoing and it’s looking like if trends continue this open-source driver could be ready for RDNA3 graphics cards in time for launch… Adminlinuxchatter.com/

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Machenike Launches Gaming Laptop with Intel Arc A730M GPU in China

Chinese company Machenike have recently launched the first gaming laptop to feature the new high-end Intel Arc A730M graphics card. The Machenike Discovery Edition 2022 gaming system features a 14-core Intel Core i7-12700H paired with an Arc A730M GPU and 16 GB of 4800 MHz DDR5 memory to power the 16″ 1440p 165 Hz screen. The Intel Arc A730M features 24 Xe-Cores and is paired with 12 GB of 12 Gbps GDDR6 memory on a 192-bit memory bus. This is …

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MGLRU Revved Once More For Promising Linux Performance Improvements

Multi-Gen LRU (MGLRU) remains a very promising effort for enhancing Linux system performance and particularly about providing a superior experience when the Linux kernel is dealing with system memory pressure. MGLRU v11 was posted this week while we await to see if it will be mainlined come the v5.19 merge window… Adminlinuxchatter.com/

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Linux FAT File Creation/Birth Time Reporting, Proposal For Statx I/O Alignment Info

Back in 2017 for the Linux 4.11 kernel the statx system call was added for allowing enhanced file information reporting. Since then various file-systems began adding Statx support and worked its way up into Glibc and the like in user-space for Linux finally having file creation time reporting and other attributes. Two separate statx-related additions are now working their way to the kernel… Adminlinuxchatter.com/

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Russia to Use Chinese Zhaoxin x86 Processors Amidst Restrictions to Replace Intel and AMD Designs

Many companies, including Intel and AMD, have stopped product shipments to Russia amidst the war in Ukraine in the past few months. This has left the Russian state without any new processors from the two prominent x86 designers, thus slowing down the country’s technological progress. To overcome this issue, it seems like the solution is embedded in the Chinese Zhaoxin x86 CPUs. According to the latest report from Habr, a motherboard designer called Dannie is embedding Chinese Zhaoxin x86 CPUs …

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Stripe launches Data Pipeline, letting its US customers link Stripe transactions data and their data stores in Amazon Redshift or Snowflake's Data Cloud (Ingrid Lunden/TechCrunch)

Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch: Stripe launches Data Pipeline, letting its US customers link Stripe transactions data and their data stores in Amazon Redshift or Snowflake’s Data Cloud  —  Stripe — the payments giant valued at $95 billion — is on a product sprint to expand its services and functionality beyond … Adminlinuxchatter.com/

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A look at the competition between China and the US to build exascale supercomputers, useful for defense and climate modeling, as China pulls ahead (Richard Waters/Financial Times)

Richard Waters / Financial Times: A look at the competition between China and the US to build exascale supercomputers, useful for defense and climate modeling, as China pulls ahead  —  World’s biggest economies battle to dominate advanced processing power that will affect defence and climate modelling Adminlinuxchatter.com/

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