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Report From the Street: Tablets are Kicking Laptops to the Curb

Reports have been showing a rising trend of leaving the laptop at home and taking the tablet for the day. Observations from the street show this is happening at a rapid pace.

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Google Announces New ARM-Based Chromebooks

Unlike previous Chromebooks, which were all powered by x86 Intel CPUs, the new Chrome OS laptop uses an ARM-based processor from Samsung. The device features an 11.6 inch display and connectivity options include USB 2.0 and 3.0...

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Ultrabooks Deliver on Their Promises

Paul Mah takes a closer look at Ultrabooks and concludes they deliver on the promise to provide functionality and portability.

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World's First Linux Ultrabook Laptop Costs as much as a Windows Version

The ZaReason UltraLap 430 offers your choice of Linux OS, but has a starting price of $899.

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Fedora 17 Doesn't Change The Apple MacBook Pro

Following yesterday's OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion vs. Ubuntu Linux benchmarks and the OS X vs. Linux power consumption results after that, some wondered whether Ubuntu was to blame for the poor Linux showing on the Apple hardware. Unfortunately, Ubuntu isn't alone and here's some fresh data from Fedora 17...

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