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Jolicloud Innovates Atop Ubuntu Netbook Remix

Linux distributions designed specifically for use on netbooks is nothing new. Canonical produces the Ubuntu Netbook Remix version of Ubuntu for these small-sized devices, Intel has their Moblin distribution that is very fast and offers an attractive interface, gOS has their own netbook distribution...
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Netbooks Growing Twice as Fast as Notebooks

The tiny portable PCs are finally finding some momentum around the world.
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Sharp Offers Japan-Only Linux Mini-Note

Linux is always looking for new markets, and now it might have one via the ultra-small notebook space: Japan.
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WiMAX Resurgent?

The WiMAX gear market defied the recession, growing 12 percent in Q2, says a report. As notebooks and netbooks with built-in WiMAX reach market, the report predicts 19-fold growth through 2013, leading to a $4.9B market.

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New Dell-ARM Combo Poised to Take on Wintel Netbooks?

Dell is reportedly planning to expand its Linux lineup and is exploring the possibility of jumping into the "smartbook" market with ARM-based Linux products. This was revealed at the OpenSource World conference last week where a Dell executive touted the company's success with Linux and debunked Microsoft's claims that Linux netbooks have higher return rates.
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