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OLPC Switching to ARM, Plans Paper Thin Netbook

One Laptop per Child chairman Nicholas Negroponte told Xconomy that OLPC is prepping an ARM-based version 1.75 of its XO netbook while planning to release a "paper-thin" version 3.0 in 2012.
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OLPC XO-2 Cancelled, But XO 1.75 Planned

The development of the dual-screen OLPC XO-2 laptop has been cancelled and a new XO-1.75 with an ARM processor is reportedly in the works...
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Is An Open-Source Poulsbo Driver Coming?

Intel's Poulsbo Linux driver is a bloody mess. The Poulsbo chipset is known commercially as the GMA 500 that's found in many netbooks as of late, but it isn't actually an Intel design but the graphics processor design was licensed from PowerVR...
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More on Poulsbo (GMA500), Intel, and the Community

I've never done a follow up post on a topic before, but I think this is a topic worth further discussion.
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Anatomy of SSDs

SSDs (Solid-State Drives) are a hot topic right now for a number of reasons; not the least of which being their power to performance ratio. But to better understand SSDs you should first get a grip on how they are constructed and the features/limitations of these drives.
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Blaming Intel for How the World Is

Are you mad at Intel because you can't use your favorite Linux distro on a CompuLabs FitPC2, Acer Aspire One 751h, or perhaps an early Dell Mini netbook? Maybe you should think it through again.
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