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Menlow Netbook Does Quake III

CNetAsia's Crave blog reports that Martin Mohring, from the Linux Foundation, demo'd an MSI Wind netbook showing an HD video clip, and running Quake III at 35fps. The secret? It's a Menlow netbook, with Moblin technology and "optimized" drivers, says Crave.
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MID Runs Linux on Dual-Speed Atom

Chinese manufacturer Soyea has begun taking orders for a mobile Internet device (MID) that runs Linux or Windows XP on Intel's dual-speed, MID-oriented Z515 Atom CPU. Soyea's Z5 is equipped with 1GB RAM, an 8GB SSD, a five-inch touchscreen, plus 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth, and a three-megapixel webcam...
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Confirmed: New Asus Netbook with Moblin Technology

A key Linux operating system vendor (OSV) has confirmed it supplied Moblin technology to netbook pioneer Asus for a "soon-to-be-released model" of the Eee PC. Xandros described working with Asus on the product at a Moblin Roadshow event yesterday in Taipei, Taiwan.
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How big is the Ultra Mobile Device market? SO BIG!

When my son was little, he loved the children's book "Pat the Bunny." The best line was, "How big is bunny? SO BIG."That was my first thought when reading that...
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Embedded Linux Vendor Adds Verticals

The original Stateside embedded Linux OS and tools vendor is touting a few new vertical market spins. "Market-specific" versions of MontaVista Linux 6.0 (MVL6) will ship "this quarter," targeting industrial automation, automotive, Android, portable multimedia devices, and multicore networking, says MontaVista.
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