- Asus U35JC review
- ViewSonic and Samsung tablets are U.S.-bound
- High-end Avaya Android-powered Table PC Unveiled
- Kmart Smartbook now available
- It's a MID, a tablet, a netbook, even an external display!
- Philippine government to make $75 tablet PC for schoolchildren
hackaday.com: The Insignia Infocast is a $169 simple media device being sold at Best Buy. Marketed as a way to share photos and run Chumby apps, hackers are starting to release packages to extend its features.
phoronix.com: Earlier this month we started once again our annual Linux Graphics Survey in which we poll our readers about their choices and opinions concerning graphics cards, display drivers, and other graphics / X.Org related features of the Linux desktop.
opendotdotdot.blogspot: I've been pretty sceptical - and critical - of the BBC's TV over IP efforts, including Project Canvas:
Also: Tanner EDA Tools Now on Linux
ever-increasing-entropy.blogspot: Last October, after my third Sylvania netbook failed, I took the refund I had received and bought an HP Mini 110 netbook as a replacement.
mjg59.livejournal.com: Backlight control is one of those things that you'd think would be simple, but ha ha this is computing so of course it's an utter disaster and everything is a huge mess.
switched.com: The Indian Human Resource Development committee plans to unveil the gadget, priced at a paltry and incredibly enticing $35, on a pretty cool date for numerologists: January 11th -- or 11/1/11 by Indian standards.
nthrbldyblg.blogspot: I was pleased to see this in the ChangeLog for the nvidia drivers 256.53: "Fixed a bug that caused extremely slow rendering of OpenGL applications on X screens other than screen 0 when using a compositing manager."
phoronix.com: Back in February we reported on the first signs of open-source support for Intel's Sandybridge, a.k.a. their sixth-generation Intel graphics processor integrated on their upcoming CPUs.