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Open Source Hardware Definition Released, First Open Hardware Summit

BoingBoing covers the launch of the "Open Source Hardware Definition" and the announcement of the first Open Hardware Summit....

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Portable Thin clients Are ThinkPad-Based

VXL announced two portable thin clients designed in conjunction with Lenovo. The 11.6-inch Itona TL100 includes a 1.0GHz AMD Athlon Neo MV-40 processor, while the 14.1-inch Itona TL412 has a dual-core, 1.86GHz Intel Celeron processor, the company says....

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Tablets: The Next Big Open Source Opportunity?

All of a sudden, tablet computers are all the rage, with Apple's iPad stoking the fire. But Apple is hardly going to compete unchallenged in the tablet space...

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HP's McKinney Hints That a Flexible Display Palm Device Could Happen

Speaking at MobileBeat in San Francisco today, HP's Phil McKinney chatted up the company's flexible display tech, which uses rugged Mylar-infused sheets similar to those found in solar panels and can display video while still being bistable the same way E Ink is...

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Early Ubuntu 10.10 Netbook Benchmarks

There is still three months left until Ubuntu 10.10 "Maverick Meerkat" will be officially released along with the Ubuntu Netbook spin and the various other incarnations of this popular Linux distribution, but today we have some initial netbook tests of this next version of Ubuntu Linux. While Ubuntu 10.10 Netbook...

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