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$100 laptop gets working prototype May 24, 2006 Nicholas Negroponte's One Laptop Per Child project shows off a vivid orange PC and trims its software load. Photos: Laptop model sees orange
U.K.'s Elonex readies low-cost Linux laptop February 18, 2008 Aimed at the education sector, the laptop will feature, among other things, a flash-based hard drive and a "wireless music server." But, the company says, it's "not really about the specs."
Ultramobile PCs to get boost from Intel April 18, 2007 Despite tepid sales (remember Origami?), a new generation of ultramobile PCs will arrive this year, and next year they might run on Linux.Photos: It's ultramobile PC day in China
BabelDisc: Linux for technophobes? April 18, 2007 But the system software, which shuns your hard drive, will also appeal to enterprise IT types, says U.K. Internet pioneer Peter Dawe.
Virtualization bolsters Dell worldview April 5, 2006 CTO Kevin Kettler touts the technology as a big improvement, saying it extends Dell's "building block" approach. Photos: Dell CTO pushes virtualization
FAQ: Detangling virtualization April 19, 2007 CNET News.com takes some of the mystery out of a complicated technology that has a steep learning curve.
Gates on Vista, Linux and more November 17, 2006 Microsoft's chairman discusses his favorite Vista feature, why he'll keep pushing for a new file system and open source's role.
Adobe offers fresh AIR to coders at Max November 17, 2008 At its Max conference, Adobe hopes Flash and its new Adobe Integrated Runtime will help programmers bridge the gap between PC- and cloud-based computing.
Intel readies new chipsets June 5, 2007 Computex attendees in Taiwan will see Intel launch an annual update to its chipsets, along with a new notebook for emerging markets.
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