"Intel has released open-source software to give Linux
full-fledged support for 3D graphics, a move that could give its
graphics chips a leg up over rivals.
"Right now, Linux users typically rely on proprietary driver
software if they want to use graphics acceleration chips and
hardware to improve graphics performance--to speed up displays of
3D tanks in a battle video game, for example..."
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