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World's First Open Source Laptop Gets Wideband Software-Defined Radio

Earlier this month the dream of a fully open source laptop took one step closer to becoming a reality with the launch of the Novena crowd-funding campaign. In the Myriad-RF project we'd been keenly following Novena developments for some time, and the campaign is all it took to convince us that we should adapt one of our software defined radio transceiver designs to enable use with the platform.

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HP is Making a 14-inch Android Laptop

HP is joining Lenovo in the strange world of Android laptops. The company hasn't yet officially announced the SlateBook 14, but it briefly appeared on HP's website  — complete with a video outlining the device's key features and specs. Most importantly, the SlateBook has full access to Google Play, so any apps you've...

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Future Update Gives Better View of Chromebook CPU Usage

A feature in the Beta channel for Chromebooks gives an in-depth view of Chromebook CPU usage. 

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Will Enterprises Be Next to Warm Up to Chromebooks?

Chromebooks--portable computers that run Google's Chrome OS platform--are seeing rapid adoption in many niche markets, including the education market, but the holy grail for Google is to get them in the hands of enterprise users. 

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HP Chromebook 14 Review – New Chromebook Adds Style and Size

I expected the HP Chromebook 14 to be like a tablet, slow and simple, but it has surprised me in its functionality, ease of use, and power over the week.

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