Finally, a real-world Web PC, for just $198.
Good OS announces Cloud OS for Netbooks.
gOS Announces gOS 3 Gadgets-the Newest Version of its Linux OS with Google Gadgets, WINE, and LXDE at LinuxWorld Expo
The cube-shaped Linux PC that generated a lot of buzz at CES will be on sale through NewEgg.com.
Wal-Mart has pulled all Linux machines off store shelves, saying they simply weren't what people wanted. Don Reisinger thinks Wal-Mart is stating the obvious.
A rash of supremely affordable PCs preloaded with Linux has hit mainstream retail stores. And trying one is not as risky a proposition as you might think. Photos: Three sub-$200 Linux PCs
New version, "Rocket," to come preinstalled on desktop, mini PC, laptop, and ultra-small notebook.
Crave presents the week's laptop news, in digest form.
Wal-Mart is selling a Toshiba HD DVD player for less than $100. Has this put HD DVD over the top?
Motorola has been named in a patent infringement suit brought by General Patent (GPC), an R&D and technology transfer company. The suit seeks to enforce four of GPC's patents, which cover specific aspects of the PCMCIA credit-card-size modems used in notebook and laptop PCs. GPC also has filed patent infringement suits against IBM, U.S. Robotics (now 3Com), and seven modem manufacturers. IBM and two other companies settled, while others have agreed to license GPC's patents.