Netbooks

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Does a $200 Chrome Netbook Interest You?

Just curious. If the reports/rumors are true that Asus may be launching a Google Chrome Netbook somewhere between $200 and $250 does that interest you? The fad ...
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Acer Says It’s Not Phasing Out Netbooks

This always happens. An employee of a company makes a statement. Sites like GBM pick it up and report it. Then it gets denied by the company. Sometimes it gets ...
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Dell Inspiron Duo Reviewed

Joanna Stern, also known as the Queen of Netbooks, reviewed the Inspiron Mini Duo over at Engadget.Unfortunately, the device doesn't look like it's going to liv...
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Android for Touch, Chrome for Keyboard

Engadget had asked Google CEO Eric Schmidt how Chrome OS would fit into the equation with the rising popularity of Android at the Web 2.0 Summit, and Schmidt's ...
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Tablets Cannibalizing Netbook Demand

According to a recent study released by ChangeWave, the rising popularity of tablets may be eating into demands for low-cost netbooks, with demand for the Apple...
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De-Glossify Your Shiny Gadgets

Glossy gadgets sure look good on store shelves and in photo shoots, but things get messy once users get their grimy hands on them. Jason Fitzpatrick of Lifehack...
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Geek Training Starting Early

Our freind Steve 'Chippy' Paine from UMPC Portal has come up with a new way to peering into the future to see what the next generation of geeks will prefer. Fro...
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Sign of the Times: Netbooks at CVS

This isn't really new news, as we've seen this before. This weekend when I was down visiting my mother in Richmond, I noticed this ad flyer in the local CVS. I ...
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Asus Says iPad Hurting Netbook Sales

According to DigiTimes, Asus is lowering its Netbook shipment forecasts and Asus CEO Jerry Shen is saying the reason is competition from the iPad. I can't say I...
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MeeGo 1.0 for Netbooks is Go!

The first version of MeeGo, the mighty gestalt OS formed by Intel's Moblin and Nokia's Maemo, is now available for developers and geeks to try out. This gives d...