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How to install Ubuntu Linux on an HP TouchPad

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  • How to install Ubuntu Linux on an HP TouchPad
  • Ubuntu Linux and Android Could Give HP's TouchPad New Life
  • 5 things you can do with your new HP TouchPad

A Big Round of Face-Palms For HP

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linuxinsider.com: Life tends to be pretty exciting even in an ordinary week here in the Linux blogosphere, but few can be compared with the one we just endured. Not only did we learn of Google's Motorola Mobility purchase plans on Monday, but later in the week came word of HP's mother-of-all-face-palm-inspiring acts in the form of its decision to dump pretty much everything relating to webOS.

22 Greatest Graphics Cards Of All Time

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tomshardware.com: We thought it would be fun to walk down memory lane and recount the most powerful GPUs. We'll start back in 1996 with a single pixel pipeline and make our way to the present day with modern monsters capable of handling over 3000 pixel shader operations per clock!

Q&A: Eben Upton from The Raspberry Pi Foundation

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computerworld.com.au: After announcing the launch of a ₤15 ($A23.50) computer designed specifically for the education sector in May this year, London-based charity, the Raspberry Pi Foundation, spoke to Computerworld Australia about the progress of the project.

Ultralight laptops coming

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newsobserver.com: Lately I've been playing around with my little Asus netbook, a 10-inch screen model that came with Windows loaded but now runs Ubuntu Linux and delivers all the computing I need in portable situations at a cost below $400.

Natty Narwhal netbook: The ultimate network administrator toolkit

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itworld.com: You can be the coolest and best-equipped network administrator on the block with Ubuntu Natty Narwhal Linux on a netbook. Netbooks are lightweight and portable, have long battery life, and bright sharp screens -- and, thanks to Linux and open source, you can outfit your netbook with all the software network troubleshooting and fixit utilities you'll ever need.

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablets: A Closer Look From Inside Lenovo

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thevarguy.com: The wait is over. Here at Lenovo, we have introduced our new Android-based ThinkPad tablet — taking the brand full circle.

Nouveau GeForce 400/500 Fermi On Linux 3.1

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phoronix.com: Besides boosting the Intel Sandy Bridge performance, the Linux 3.1 kernel is also great for open-source graphics in that it has improved support for NVIDIA GeForce 400/500 "Fermi" graphics cards via the reverse-engineered Nouveau driver.

Also: The 3.0.1 stable update is out

The First Shot Towards GStreamer 1.0

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  • The First Shot Towards GStreamer 1.0
  • Intel Sandy Bridge Speeds Up On Linux 3.1 Kernel
  • A Modular Rendering System For ioquake3 Engine
  • NVIDIA 280 Linux Driver Series Becomes Official
  • A Handful Of Patches Arrive For Wayland
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