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Novell has introduced software designed to make the open-source application's interface more attractive and easier to use.
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Entrepreneurs tout their latest inventions at Demo '06 in Phoenix.
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The tabletop Misto PC lets family members gather in the living room to watch movies, view photos or play games.
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Lenovo launches products with its own name.
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