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$300 Tablet Runs Ubuntu Linux on AA Batteries

NorhTec has announced a tablet computer that will cost just $300, run Ubuntu Linux on a 1GHz SoC (system-on-chip), and operate via eight AA batteries.
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Shh!!! HP Sneaks Linux In On New Laptops

HP isn't saying the "L" word, but its now shipping an instant-on Linux, HP QuickWeb, on its newest laptops. read more...
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Guru Tips For The Linux Road Warrior

What is your impression of the Linux road warrior?

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Nine Things To Do With Your Linux eeePC

The size of the eeePC makes it a nice little machine to take with you everywhere. Equipped with eeeBuntu, the netbook will easily fill most of your day-to-day computer needs. Since eeeBuntu is a full-fledged version of Linux, it has a huge array of labor-saving applications and capabilities.
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What Will My New Laptop Be?

Now that I live off-grid, having one laptop (plus a low-powered server) rather than four desktops running all the time is clearly the right thing for me.
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