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Jolicloud Jolibook review

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engadget.com: The Jolicloud Jolibook. Oh yes, it's sounded like a made-up device ever since the pictures of it started to leak out, but the netbook centered around the Jolicloud Linux operating system is indeed a real product.

Black Friday in the Linux Blogosphere

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linuxinsider.com: Black Friday is here, and Linux bloggers have visions of video cards, Blu-ray players and KVM switches dancing in their heads.

Asus announces eReader-notepad hybrid

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drivershq.com: PC manufacturer Asus announced a new device designed to compete with both eReaders and tablet devices.

Vandalizing Open-Source Drivers?

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phoronix.com: Somebody with root access to the FreeDesktop.org server decided to vandalize the RadeonHD graphics driver in this Git commit.

Black Friday 2010 Linux Tablet Deals

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beginlinux.com: As many of you know the day after Thanksgiving, known as Black Friday,Black Friday Linux Deals on Netbooks and Tablets is the busiest shopping day of the year in the United States. Deals on many different types of Linux netbooks, tablets and other cool gear have got me fine-tuning my Black Friday 2010 strategy and gearing up for some serious competition.

Nouveau Now Supports Overclocking Your GPU

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phoronix.com: While the Nouveau driver may not yet have a stable Gallium3D or DDX driver release nor does it have capabilities like stabilized power management or OpenGL 3.x, if you want to overclock your NVIDIA graphics card with this open-source driver, you can now do so today.

A Shiny New Lenovo Ideapad S10-3s

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zdnet.co.uk/blogs: Well, I did it again. I got the chance to pick up a new Lenovo Ideapad S10-3s for a very good price. It came loaded with Windows 7 Stunted Edition. Bletch. So I just wiped all four partitions (I could delete the partition even though I couldn't change it), and started over from scratch.

Jolicloud's Jolibook Netbook Hitting Stores

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linuxjournal.com: Jolicloud, the self-proclaimed "perfect OS for netbooks," has been making headlines for a while with their consumer-focused, and frankly very cute Jolibook netbook. Word all around the web is that it is available today in the UK.

How to choose a Linux laptop

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itworld.com: With the many choices and factors to consider, choosing a laptop of any kind can be a considerable challenge. Choosing one for use with Linux, however, brings its own special set of considerations, since it's not yet always a plug-and-play world for the open source operating system.

Dirty PCs: How much filth can you take?

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theregister.co.uk: It's been a tad over a year since our shock insight into the darkest and most fearsome interiors of computing hardware, and by our reckoning that's just about enough time to recover from the trauma.

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