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A video has appeared on YouTube that purports to show Nokia's implementation of the upcoming MeeGo mobile operating system.The MeeGo Linux distribution, announced in February, is the child of Nokia's Maemo OS — as used in the N900 smartphone — and Intel's netbook-centric Moblin distro.
As I travel from event to event, I've begun to notice a pattern. Attendees tell me that they're using a device such as a computer, an internet tablet, a netbook or a smartphone that they themselves purchased rather than using a company-supplied device.
Toshiba has resurrected the UMPC (remember those?) as an answer to Apple's iPad and perhaps signaling the evolution of the netbook. Toshiba is promising something more than a netbook, slate or smartphone. What is that extra something?
It remains to be seen whether Google will sell a branded smartphone (though it seems increasingly likely), but after a day or two of all Nexus One, all the time, the world has moved on to rumors of yet another Google-branded device. TechCrunch reported that Google will release its own netbook in time for the holidays next year.
Today is the launch of the Motorola DROID and HTC DROID ERIS on Verizon and James has the DROID in hand. Kevin is triple booting his netbook and the new Moblin 2.1 OS looks slick enough for me to give a try on my MSI Wind soon too. We also chatted about the success of integrated smartphone platforms compared to licensed platforms.
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The manufacturer demonstrated its first Android handset, the Liquid, alongside the UK's first Android-toting netbook at a London event on Wednesday
Nokia today announced the upcoming Booklet 3G Windows-based mini-notebook device that will debut with more details at Nokia World next week. What is Nokia doing entering the netbook market when it is flooded with competitors and their smartphone market share is falling every quarter? Let's get back to focusing on your base smartphone platform please.
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Taiwan-based Acer launched a series of smartphones for the Asia-Pacific region yesterday, bridging the gap between its popular netbook business and the handheld business.Company executives said Acer was banking on its experience as a leading computer brand to gain a share of the ever-crowded smartphone market.
What do a netbook, an ultraportable, a smartphone, a pico projector and a weird videophone have in common? All have been examined by Dialogue Box and consigned to their places on the Axis Of Awesome
So, how's the netbook thing going for you? Personally I'm yet to be convinced I really want one – I've played around with a couple of Asus Eees and haven't quite figured out what I'd need a netbook for that couldn't be achieved with my smartphone or one of the several larger laptops I come into contact with daily.
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