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Dell's Ubuntu 9.04 Offers More Changes

Ubuntu 9.04 was released back in April while the next release, Ubuntu 9.10, will be out in less than three weeks. However, only recently has Dell been getting around to rolling out their Linux desktops, netbooks, and notebooks with an Ubuntu 9.04 installation option rather than Ubuntu 8.10...
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Laptops for All

For the past year the pupils of Escuela 95, in a poor neighbourhood of Montevideo, have had a new learning tool. Each has been issued with a laptop computer.

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Can the x86 Just Keep Going?

Few technologies last 30 years, let alone become more dominant with each passing one, but the x86 architecture has done just that.
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Review: ZaReason's New Terra A20 Ubuntu Netbook: Everything Works

Many vendors offer a variety of operating system options, but very few preload an OS targeted specifically at the netbook. ZaReason is one of the few and preloads Ubuntu 9.04 Netbook Remix on their Terra A20 netbook.
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5 Things You Can Do to Put Linux in the Driver Seat

This is a plea hardware manufacturers: Please create Linux drivers for your hardware. OK, so Linux isn't the Stormin' Norman of the Desktop arena but that doesn't mean its users don't want or need drivers for hardware.

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Tech Companies: Don't Forget the Touchscreens

When HP released the DreamScreen last week, I was excited. Just by the looks of things, the device seemed like a perfect fit for my living room.
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