Italy-based Ekoore is shipping a tablet PC that runs Ubuntu Linux or Windows on an Intel Atom N270. The Ekoore ET10TA10 offers a 10.2-inch, 1024 x 600 backlit touchscreen, as well as 1GB of RAM, flash expansion, a 160GB hard disk drive (HDD), and WiFi, Bluetooth, Ethernet, and USB connections.
- Ubuntu in its own words
- Ubuntu 10.04 Best features
- Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #186
- Gwibber in Lucid: Adding More Columns
- First look at Ubuntu 10.04 Beta 1 ‘Lucid Lynx’
- Quick Review: What You Should Expect For Ubuntu 10.04
- Xubuntu 10.04 Beta 1 remains borderline irrelevant
- Meet the New Apps Getting Ready for Ubuntu Lucid 10.04
- 11 Crucial Things an Ubuntu Newbie Should Know
- Should the Ubuntu Release Cycle be Cut Back
This month, we’ve got a double whammy for you! Not only do we have FCM #35 (with a review of the Motorola Droid/Milestone), but we also have a new episode of the Full Circle podcast coming at you in a few minutes.
doctormo.org: I was helping one of my students find a new laptop that would work well with Ubuntu. The sales staff did kindly let us test Ubuntu Karmic CDs in computers, to see how they worked. I got to see some of the problems in up and coming hardware and what we still have to work on.
- 15 More Wallpapers from Ubuntu Artwork Pool for Ubuntu Lucid
- Make Your Coworker’s Day in Ubuntu
- Cloudy with a chance of Linux: Canonical aims to cash in
- Ubuntu’s new Linux tries getting cloud-friendly
- Get ready to supercharge those netbooks with Ubuntu 10.04
- An Ubuntu Ad
- Ubuntu Reverts File Size Reading Changes
Mark Shuttleworth posted a suggestion he got from Pablo Quirós for the free space on the top right window corner (now that the button(s) will be placed on the left side of the Metacity), on the Ayatana mailing list.
blogs.computerworld.com: I do my online banking from the same home computer the rest of the family uses for Web surfing and online games. I have the McAfee security suite loaded and do regular scans so accessing online banking should be protected. Right?