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Nokia Looks to Regain Tablet Relevance, Plans New Tablet

Following the launch of Apple's much-hyped iPad, a number of other companies are preparing to roll out competing products. According to an analyst, one of those companies is Nokia, which is said to be working on a new tablet device that will launch by the end of the year. Nokia was one o...
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Report: Linux on Netbooks Reloads With Ubuntu-Based Jolicloud

Linux was a resounding failure on netbooks, so what makes this French start-up firm think it can succeed with an Ubuntu Linux derivative?
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Five Open Source Alternatives to the iPad

Opensource.com briefly looks at iPad alternatives, which provide a less locked-down experience than the new tablet from Apple. Several are not yet for sale—or are theoretical like the Google tablet—but the...
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Hoogland: Android vs Maemo - Hands on Review

Jeff Hoogland has posted a detailed, comparative review of Android and Maemo. "Using Maemo on the other hand feels like you are holding a full computer in your hand. It is easy to keep track of multi...
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The iPad's Linux Competition

The Apple iPad is coming out this weekend, but in the coming weeks, it's largely Linux-based competition will be hot on its heels. read more...
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