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Tablets, Ultrabooks: The Future is Unfixable

This week, I spent some time looking for a new corporate laptop. The more time I spent trying to find the perfect system to fit my needs, the more I discovered how little flexibility and choice I actually had.

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Dell Bringing Improved Sputnik to Europe

Dell has addressed the two major criticisms of the Ubuntu-based Sputnik laptop by giving it a higher resolution screen and making it available outside North America.

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Samsung, Linux and the Bothersome Bricking Problem

If Linux Girl didn't have to spend such a large proportion of her salary dry-cleaning her cape each week, there's no doubt she would invest those extra fortunes in some of the many purveyors of ibuprofen and other pain-relieving medicines. Why? Because of all the headaches FOSS fans are forced...

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Samsung UEFI Bug Definitely Not Fixed

More ways of confusing the firmware on some Samsung laptops in UEFI mode to the extent that they will no longer boot are being discovered. It appears that even some Windows applications are able to trigger the problem.

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Tablets Rising: Apple No.1, Samsung No. 4 'PC Makers'

It's not just smartphones -- Apple and Samsung are leading the charge in PCs, which include tablets, according to market researcher Canalys. [Read more]...

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