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Early Moblin v2.1 Reviews Arrive

A couple of publications have posted reviews of the new Moblin v2.1 release for netbooks and nettops this week..
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Hands-on: OpenMoko WikiReader is simple, appealing

OpenMoko's WikiReader is a unique gadget with a single function. The simple handheld device stores the text of over 3 million Wikipedia entries, enabling convenient offline access to the popular Internet encyclopedia.
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Ubuntu Netbook Remix 9.10 Shines Bright

Ubuntu Netbook Remix (UNR) edition has been around since Ubuntu 8.04, and has taken on some pretty stiff competition of late from Moblin. Inquiring minds want to know which version is better for my netbook? Paul Ferrill pummels UNR in hopes of finding an answer.
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ABI's Jeffrey Orr on Rising Linux Netbook Sales

After ABI Research projected that Linux will take a 32 percent share of netbooks in 2009 and overtake Windows in 2013, we spoke with ABI analyst Jeffrey Orr on the findings.
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Verizon unveils Hero-like, $100 Android phone

Verizon Wireless announced its second Android phone, the $100 Droid Eris, which is based closely on the HTC Hero and its Sense UI.
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