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Linux To Regain 50% Netbook Market Share

The past couple of weeks saw a flurry or articles debating the future of Linux on netbooks.
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Audio Manager Streams

On our normal PC, after proper configuration, all audio streams will go into PulseAudio, so PA has only one kind of audio stream pa_stream, and PA is capable of controlling all audio streams. This is true on most of the platforms. But on some specific platforms, this might not be true.
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Moblin v2.0 Beta for Netbooks and Nettops--It's Here...

The Moblin steering committee is happy to release the Moblin v2.0 beta for Netbooks and Nettops for developer testing. With this release, developers can begin to experience and work with the source code of the visually rich, interactive user interface designed for Intel Atom based Netbooks.
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Palm Pre Success Depends on Developer Community, Gartner Says

With the stage now set for the Palm Pre--which on May 19 Palm formally announced will hit stores on June 6--all that’s left to wonder about is whether the Pre can meet the high expectations set for it.
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Hands-on: Intel brings rich UI to Moblin Linux platform

Intel has announced the availability of the first Moblin 2 beta release. This version introduces the platform's innovative new user interface. Although there are still some rough edges, it delivers impressive usability and aesthetic sophistication. I tested the beta on my Dell Mini 9 netbook so that I could get a real hands-on look at the new version.
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