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FTC Sues Intel for Anticompetitive Practices

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earthweb.com: U.S. regulatory authorities today filed a lawsuit against Intel, alleging a 10-year history of monopolistic behavior that saw the world's largest chipmaker use its dominant market power to crowd out cheaper, potentially superior alternatives.

Cherrypal Offers Laptop for Under $100

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pcworld.com (IDG): PC maker Cherrypal has done something Nicholas Negroponte's One Laptop Per Child couldn't do: make a laptop that breaks the US$100 price barrier. It can run the Linux or Windows CE operating systems, which are also found on cell phones.

18-Button OpenOffice Mouse is Now WarMouse Meta

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maximumpc.com: Remember the OpenOffice mouse with an insane amount of buttons? The funky peripheral was designed with the help of WarMouse, a UK company who today announced the "18-button freak" will now be known as the WarMouse Meta.

NVIDIA's Response To Recent Nouveau Work

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Software

phoronix.com: Last week after many DRM improvements went into the Linux 2.6.33 kernel Linus Torvalds got a bit upset and wanted Nouveau merged into the mainline kernel. This essentially spells the end of the xf86-video-nv driver, which was never good and should have died off long ago.

10 Questions To Ask About Netbooks

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informationweek.com: Like it or not, netbooks will move into your company. Here's what you need to know before they do.

NVIDIA Anti-Aliasing, Linux & Lenvik

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Software

phoronix.com: Recently via email we were asked to run a comparison of the different anti-aliasing and image rendering options between the ATI/AMD and NVIDIA Linux drivers and hardware. Well, we have now.

Netbooks and where the future takes them

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raiden.net: Netbooks seem to be a growing trend in today's market. They're a low budget computer that allow you to do basic stuff like surfing the web, writing documents and a little more. However, are they really useful for those whose computer needs are more than surfing the web?

Retro delight: Gallery of early computers (1940s – 1960s)

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royal.pingdom.com: We often think of computers as a very modern phenomenon, but there were actually plenty of computers around 50 years ago. They just weren’t an everyman commodity, instead limited to goverment and corporate use. And they certainly weren’t small. Some of them had imaginative names.

JooJoo Linux-based Tablet PC Unleashed

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Linux
Hardware
  • JooJoo (supposed-to-be-CrunchPad) Linux-based Tablet PC Unleashed
  • CrunchPad Federal Lawsuit Filed

Ubuntu-ready Dell desktop looks like a nettop

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Ubuntu

linuxfordevices.com: Dell announced new Ubuntu Linux-ready OptiPlex desktops, including a power-efficient model claimed to be the "world's smallest fully-functional commercial desktop."

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