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Seachange for Netbook Shells?

Asus has begun distributing Linux source code for its 1008HA "Seashell" model netbook. The move suggests that the company has also begun to distribute actual Seashell models pre-installed with Linux -- and probably Moblin technology.
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Don't Be Evil Means Don't Be Evil

Mixing Open Source communities and corporate boardrooms is a lot like mixing nitroglycerin — done properly, it produces unmeasurable good, but make a wrong move and the results won't be pretty.
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Linux Lets TV News Crews Rove More Freely

Nomad Innovations has used Moblin Linux technology to build a camera-mounted 3g and/or WiMAX transceiver aimed at mobile TV news teams. The $50K LiveEdge device is touted as a cost-saving, more flexible alternative to the $500K microwave trucks commonly used today.
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Netbooks Help PC Market Grow, But Prices Hurt Revenue, Says Report

A DisplaySearch study shows netbook sales continuing to defy the recession and the slow PC market, growing at a 264 percent rate in the second quarter year over year, says eWEEK.
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Nokia Announces Official Qt Port to Maemo 5

Nokia has announced the official port of the community-driven Qt for Maemo project and provided a Qt Technology Preview for Maemo developers...
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