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What Brave New World Is This?

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randomguy3.wordpress: As most of you are probably aware, HAL is dead. So let us all cry out: HAL is dead, long live… what, exactly?

HP netbook targets frugal businesses

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SUSE

linuxfordevices.com: HP has released a budget-priced netbook for business users, offered with mobile broadband and GPS options. The $300 Mini 1103 runs SuSE Linux or Windows 7 on a 1.66GHz Atom N455 processor.

AMD Joins MeeGo Project

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  • AMD Joins MeeGo Linux Open Source Project
  • 'Super-secret' debugger discovered in AMD CPUs
  • AMD Having Second Thoughts About Killing Off ATI Brand?
  • Nvidia CEO: We're Done with Chipsets

Jolibook netbook announced

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  • Jolibook netbook announced by Jolicloud
  • Cloud OS crowd readies own-brand netbook

Kno, a Linux-based Tablet Computer/Digital Textbook for Students

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Linux
Hardware

junauza.com: The Kno is a Linux-based tablet PC that can function as an electronic textbook, eBook reader, notebook, and web browser among others. It will be available in two form factors:

Fusion Garage’s JooJoo exclaims – We’re Still Alive

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brajeshwar.com: Nobody would remember anything unless and until there is enough hype hovering around it. Something very similar happened with Fusion Garage’s product named JooJoo. A tablet computer that was launched before Apple’s iPad;

So I bought a netbook - Asus eeePC

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Ubuntu

dedoimedo.com: When it comes to computers, I'm a bit promiscuous. The more the merrier. And so it happens that I bought myself yet another piece of hardware, an Asus eeePC netbook.

Why your desktop still matters

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Hardware
Software

linux-magazine.com: I was surprised by the passion generated by my blog entry last week about Ubuntu's decision to replace GNOME with its own Unity desktop. Apparently, contrary to the pundits and usability experts, users have strong feelings about their interfaces of choice.

Toshiba NB250 review

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Hardware
  • Acer Aspire One D260 review
  • Toshiba NB250 review

2D musings

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Software

zrusin.blogspot: If you've been following graphics developments in the 2D world over the last few years you've probably seen a number of blogs and articles complaining about performance. In particular about how slow 2D is on GPUs. Have you ever wondered why?

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