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Why You’ll Want a Do-It-Yourself, NSA-Proof, Open-Source Laptop

Andrew “Bunnie” Huang lists a bunch of reasons why you’ll want his open-source laptop, the Novena. You can modify it yourself so that its battery will last however long you want it to. You can inspect the software to see if there’s any present from the National Security Agency. And you don’t have to pay a tax to any big corporation just because you want to do some computing.

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Huang: Crowdfunding the Novena Open Laptop

Andrew "bunnie" Huang has announced an effort to crowdfund an open laptop. They are ARM-based "hacker laptops" (and desktops) where the display opens "the wrong way" to facilitate access to the hardware inside. It runs Linux, of course, and all of the hardware design is freely available. "To be clear, this...

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Intel Reveals Braswell Chip for Chromebooks

The company is also mulling over bringing over 20 Chromebook designs to the market this year.

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ABI Research States Chromebook Shipments Reach 2.1 Million for 2013

ABI Research predicts that Chromebook sales will continue to increase and reach 11 million shipments worldwide by 2019.

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Hands-on: My New Laptop and Two More Linux Flavours

Two more Linux distributions, and a solution to the wi-fi problem...

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