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Has ASUS Abandoned Netbook Linux?

The netbook revolution was started when Asus added Linux to small laptops, but without a word, Asus seems to have left Linux behind. read more...
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Review: Teo, the New Tough Linux Netbook From ZaReason

The nice folks at ZaReason, the independent Linux OEM computer vendor, sent me their Teo tough netbook to review. Is the Teo really tough? It is usable like a real computer? Or just a toy with a funny name?
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Netbook Sales to Boom in 2010: ABI

Despite the surging interest in smartphones and, recently, tablet computers, ABI Research is forecasting that netbooks will see a dramatic spike in sales in 2010.
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First Up With Chrome OS Netbook: Acer?

The PC maker may be inching toward releasing a netbook based on Google Chrome, according to one report.
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Dell CEO confirms Streak Android tablet for Europe next month

Dell founder and CEO Michael Dell confirmed that the company's Streak Android-based tablet, formerly known as the Mini 5 tablet, will be available in Europe next month from mobile phone carrier Telefonica O2...
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