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[News] Charity Killer Brings Linux from Sub-notebooks to Phones, Desktops

  • Subject: [News] Charity Killer Brings Linux from Sub-notebooks to Phones, Desktops
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 25 Sep 2009 00:02:13 +0100
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Canonical and Dell Deliver Ubuntu Moblin Remix Developer Edition


Ubuntu Moblin Remix Developer Edition available on Dell Mini 10v


USB 3.0 Shines at IDF, Moblin Netbooks Likely On Tap

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| At IDF today, the first edition of Moblin Linux for 
| smartphones were demonstrated. They could lead to Intel 
| chip-based smartphones.


Intel Promotes App Store Model for Netbooks


Intel targets mobile devices market with Linux and app store


Intel and the correct use of power


Intel ports Linux netbook OS to desktops

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| Intel has expanded the scope of Linux-based Moblin by 
| porting the OS from netbooks to mobile devices and 
| desktops, where it could compete with Microsoft's 
| Windows OS.


Intel Shows Off Moblin 2.1



Atomic Warfarz

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| And with Netbooks retailing under $400, compared to Microsoft Intel makes
| hardly any profit at all.  So Microsoft has to die.
| This is a huge change for Intel, which has for decades acted as Microsoftâs
| bitch, doing pretty much whatever Redmond demanded for fear of being
| written-out of the next Windows PC hardware spec in favor of AMD or even IBM.
| But that was the old Microsoft.  The Microsoft of today isnât nearly as
| powerful, whether they yet know it or not.


Analysis: Intel rides Wind River beyond the PC

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| Intel Corp.'s acquisition of Wind River Systems Inc. is another indicator of
| the sea change occurring inside the world's biggest semiconductor makerâalong
| with the rise of Linux across all markets.
| The x86 giant is expanding beyond big custom processors for its core desktop
| PC market and into a variety of system-on-chip (SoC) designs targeting a wide
| range of mobile, consumer and embedded markets. The industry-wide shift to
| multicore processors is also driving a need for a whole new set of parallel
| software tools.


Intel buys Wind River: the End of the Wintel Duopoly?

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| Obviously, Intel has to tread carefully here, since it can't trumpet that
| Linux side too much, but the reality is rather stronger than those neutral
| statements would suggest.
| When I interviewed Wind River's Chief Marketing Officer last year, here's
| what he said when I explored the Linux angle...

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