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Coreboot is also participating in Google Summer of Code:
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Yay, coreboot will be part of GSoC 2014. Spread the word!
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Recent big updates!
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New hardware support!
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Unexpected: Intel released FSP to the general public.

Now let's see if they allow redistribution in coreboot.org's blobs repository.
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Patrick Georgi

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Got confirmation that 86duino ships with coreboot
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I Have A Question Using The Slide's Giving At The Oscon Tutorial , Does The Coreboot Image Need To Be Compiled In A 64-bit Environment Or Can I Use A 32-bit ? 
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You Bet So I Was Wondering If I Could use  Crouton On The Stable Channel Which Is A 32-bit Kernel Or If To Follow The Tutorial It's Need I Must Have A 64-bit Environment Then Work On Getting Crouton To Work On The Dev Channel. But Really My Main Question Is Can This Be Done Using A 32-bit Environment? 
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Time flies but some things will never change.
 
"Windows tablet devices based on the established x86 platform. What could possibly go wrong? "via http://twitter.com/DarienGS
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We MUST have this on coreboot.org. Ah, so fine!
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News and noteworthy coreboot related posts can be (re)posted here. For day-to-day cat herding^W^Wcommunity, we have http://www.coreboot.org/
 
 
Want to learn more about coreboot and the rest of the firmware stack used by Chrome OS?  A firmware developer summit was held last week, and the slides and presentation videos are available online.
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There will be a couple of presentations on 30C3 that might be of interest to coreboot enthusiasts.

For example the one linked below, concerning the use of coreboot as "goodBIOS", and https://events.ccc.de/congress/2013/Fahrplan/events/5380.html which covers backdooring a system through Intel's ME.
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Pixel2?
The Pixel already has impressive specs:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Pixel

Personally I would prefer to see something in between the expensive Pixel and HP/Samsung Chromebooks on the ultra-cheap end.
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