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Novena Open Source Laptop Trades Raspberry Pi Headers for Power

Former Chumby developer Andrew "bunnie" Huang has published details about a new revision of the board for his open source Novena development laptop. The new board includes a more powerful FPGA and a high speed data header...

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Kernel Patches Start Coming For 2013 MacBook Air

The Linux support for Apple's new Haswell-based MacBook Air is less than desirable, but at least it's on the path to getting better...

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Where Are All the Android Laptops?

PC OEMs seem obsessed with making complicated, high-cost, Windows 8-baed devices. Why are none of them trying to make cheap Android laptops?

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Running Ubuntu Linux Is Messy On The 2013 MacBook Air

Earlier this month, shortly after Intel announced their latest-generation Haswell processors, Apple rolled out their new 2013 MacBook Air laptops. From a hardware perspective, the new MacBook Airs are incredible. The 13-inch MacBook Air can get a 12-hour battery life with Intel Haswell CPU. The 11-inch model continues being an...

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Samsung's Summer Product Push Yields the Galaxy NX Camera, Ativ Q Hybrid Laptop, and Much More

Samsung promised new Android and Windows devices at its June 20th event in London and it delivered. The Galaxy NX wedded Android with an interchangeable lens camera, the Ativ Q combined Android and Windows into a crazy convertible tablet form factor, and two new Ativ Book laptops brought Samsung's Ultrabook...

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