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Thanksgiving Reading about Moblin: First Impressions and Performance Tests

If you're in the United States today (Thursday, Nov. 26), you're home celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday. If you're outside the U.S., you may have noticed a lot less email coming from America, where many people have the day off.While you're sitting around wondering what to do with you...

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Kindle Gains Longer Battery Life, PDF Support

Amazon.com announced two enhancements to its Linux-based Kindle e-book reader, offering 85 percent more battery life, as well as a native PDF reader.

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Mobile Web Applications

The mobile web is maturing -- but be careful to not stuff your application chock-full of "features."...
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Chromium OS, Moblin, Ubuntu Netbook Remix Benchmarks

Intel released Moblin 2.1 earlier this month, Canonical released Ubuntu Netbook Remix 9.10 late last month, and various other vendors have offered up their fall distribution refreshes too. Oh yeah, and Google just released the Chromium OS source code a few days ago!

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Moblin 2.1: Buffed, Polished and Future Oriented

The new Moblin 2.1 release gives a lot of attention to improving the user experience based on feedback from the user, open source and developer community.
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