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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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Dell is Sticking with Ubuntu

Somehow, a rumor has started that Dell will no longer be offering Ubuntu. It's false. Dell is sticking with Ubuntu. That said, the company is considering Google Chrome OS for the future.
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Dell's New Inexpensive Linux Notebook

The new Dell Inspiron 15n shows that you can have a great Linux notebook for the same price as a great Linux netbook.
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Linux Based CrunchPad "A Few Weeks Away"

TechCrunch's CrunchPad, a Linux based tablet computer, nears launch with new pictures of the "launch prototype" of the web browsing only, touch screen device...
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With no $10 laptop in sight, India buys 250,000 OLPCs

The government of India has signed an agreement with the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project and will purchase 250,000 of the organization's XO laptops. The machines will be distributed to students throughout the country. India's decision to embrace OLPC is a bit unexpected in light of the country's past antagonism towards the project.
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