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The HP Mini 100e is generally a solid educational netbook. Will the $300 base configuration actually meet your needs, though? Or will upgrades and software costs erode the value prop?
MWC 2010: Maemo and Moblin 2 get together under new banner
The big sea change over the last years, the force Microsoft can't keep up with, is the cheap client. A Netbook may sell with a $3 copy of Windows XP, but how much software will the owner of a $300 product buy?
The techniques Google uses to protect Chrome users from browser-based attacks have taken on new importance with the company's plan to make the software the centerpiece of a Netbook operating system.
I'm an Ubuntu linux user, as it's widely supported, easy to install, and a breeze to update software using Synaptic. I do admire other distros (I've a soft spot for the vehemently Free multi-media dynebolic, the audio-rich pure:dyne (made by goto10), the minimalist ubuntu-based #CrunchBang) and since acquiring the snazzy Acer Aspire One netbook, I'm always on the look out for lean and mean linuxes.
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Would you be more likely to buy a Linux Netbook if it ran the same software as your phone? Would that be insulting to the Netbook, or damning the phone with faint praise?
Chip maker Freescale has announced that it will use Google's Android operating system for a new type of Netbook by next quarter.Though Google's Android software was originally developed for smartphones, Freescale believes it can use the flexible OS to make a new class of less-expensive mini-notebooks and Netbooks.
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ZDNet Editor in Chief Larry Dignan predicts five tech stories he believes will happen in the coming year. Topics include the fate of Yahoo, enterprise software as a mass disrupter, and whether or not the Netbook will get a do-over.
Microsoft launched in the U.S. this week its online software store and is touting it as one way for netbook users who don't have optical drives to more easily obtain software.
The journalist group that I belong to, CyberPress, held our regular industry forum last Friday and I should say that it was the best that we've ever had since we started the discussion way back in 2005.It was a hastily organized event since most of our officers, including myself, were busy with various coverages and writing assignments.
The Ubuntu project has made available an advance testing version of its popular Linux distribution, with the full 8.10,'Intrepid Ibex' release scheduled to be released in October.
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