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Nokia "Evolves" Away from Internet Tablets with New N900

It's turning out to be a busy week for Nokia. Days in advance of NokiaWorld in Stuttgart, and a couple of days after lifting the curtain on its first netbook, Nokia has announced the Nokia N900, the successor to its almost four-year-old lineup of Internet Tablets.
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Acer Aspire One is a Netbook to Desire

The Acer Aspire One is a great little netbook! Well, the touchpad is terrible, and out of the box, it required a firmware upgrade in order to work properly. But everything else about this netbook is top-rate...

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More Signs Point to Samsung Linux Phone

A Samsung executive has confirmed the company is preparing its own version of Linux for a new smartphone, says an industry report. Meanwhile, another story has leaked a sketch of a Linux-based "Samsung i8320" phone said to be near completion, and this device may be Samsung's first LiMo-compliant...
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WiMAX Resurgent?

The WiMAX gear market defied the recession, growing 12 percent in Q2, says a report. As notebooks and netbooks with built-in WiMAX reach market, the report predicts 19-fold growth through 2013, leading to a $4.9B market.

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Atom-based thin clients run Linux

10Zig Technology has announced two thin clients compatible with Linux: a RBT-602 model, offering terminal emulation, and a RBT-672v system targeted solely at virtual desktop environments. Both thin clients offer a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270, up to 1GB of RAM and 8GB of flash storage, gigabit Ethernet,...

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