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The World's Largest PC Maker Now Wants to Sell You a Chromebook

The world's largest PC maker is announcing its first mainstream Chromebooks today, making the company the latest in a long list of Windows manufacturers to hop on board Google's stripped-down operating system. Lenovo is unveiling two Chromebooks today, the N20 and N20p. Both models are identical save a 300-degree rotating...

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Chromebooks: Not Much Room for Competition

Major laptop makers are scrambling to build Chromebooks. They'll soon discover there is no good way to distinguish them from the competition.

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Intel Ultrabook Benchmarks On The Linux 3.15 Kernel

Now that things are settling down with Linux 3.15, here's some fresh benchmarks of the Linux 3.15 kernel off an ASUS Zenbook Prime.

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Presence of Chromebooks in Businesses Grows with Recent Deals

With recent deals with distributors, Google has forged a way to provide their Chromebooks in businesses. 

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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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