South African Ubuntu users will shortly be able to get their hands on a new Ubuntu-powered device: The Vodafone Webbook. The Vodafone webbook, announced today by South African telecommunications company Vodacom (part owned by Vodafone), […]
So the long heralded 'flood' of ARM netbooks on to the shelves barely even materialised as a drop, with a drop in demand for netbooks and massive growth spurt in touch-screen Tablet devices seemingly diverting attention elsewhere. PC company Hercules are pinning their hopes on a 'better late than never' approach with the launch of a new ARM powered netbook series dubbed the 'eCafé'.
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If you’re looking for Ubuntu powered netbook that is as beautiful outside as it is inside then prepare to coo over the latest ‘Starling’ netbooks to hatch from the nest of Ubuntu-dedicated hardware company System76… […]
It will come as no revelation that the number one reason netbooks’ suck is due to their meek integrated innards – such as the prevalent use of Intel’s integrated graphics chips. Sure, they need to […]
Ubuntu launched the first official version of Ubuntu Netbook Remix (UNR) just last week , providing a great interface for all your netbook needs. Annoyingly for many users, the debut of Jaunty Netbook Remix has […]
The oncoming release of Jaunty will also see the first release of an official netbook version of Ubuntu – namely the Ubuntu Netbook Remix. Whilst the interface has been floating about for a while and is easily […]
Netbook’s are funny little machines. Powerful enough to be awesome mobile devices but underpowered and not suited to support most ‘Operating Systems’ fully. Windows Vista is an excellent example of an OS coupled with Netbook’s […]