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HP Confirms Legacy webOS Apps Will Run on webOS 3.0, TouchPad Keeps its Mojo

We know the original Palm Pre models and Pixi won't get upgraded to webOS 2.0, and we also know all about the new Enyo app development framework. But what about running those apps written in the older Mojo framework on webOS 3.0 devices, like the TouchPad? They'll be supported, so says HP Developer Relations and Framework Engineer Ben Combee. A first tweet...

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Get the Most Battery Life from a Linux Laptop

If Linux is your primary on-the-go computer OS, you'll find that it's really versatile in handling power consumption — if you know how to get around its settings. A poster at the Productive Geek forums shows us some power-saving setups.

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Hitachi-LG Hybrid Drive Does Away with HDD

A second-generation Hitachi-LG hybrid optical drive can eliminate the need for a hard disk drive in laptops.

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Intel Discloses New Mobile Processors, Pricing

Intel has updated its processor pricing list with new Core i series chips. The update focuses on Core i5 and i7 chips for laptops and mobile devices.

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Dell Studio 1747 Laptop: One Fatal Flaw Away from Linux Perfection

Dell's 17-inch Studio 1747 laptop is a beefy desktop replacement that ships with Windows 7. But how does it fare with Linux instead? A few days hands-on with the laptop shows that the machine is almost perfect, save for one fatal flaw.

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