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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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Green Computing is More Than Sleep Mode

There is more to "green" computing than turning things off when you're not using them-- Juliet Kemp exposes the total energy cost of computing, from manufacturing to disposal.
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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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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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Linux-Ready Mini-PC Powers Up

Linutop announced the third generation of its compact Linux-based PC. Larger and with twice the memory of previous models, the Linutop 3 has a 1GHz Via C7 CPU, gigabit Ethernet, dual SATA ports, and PCIe expansion, the company says....
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