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[News] Large OEMs Able to Use GNU/Linux to Beat Apple

  • Subject: [News] Large OEMs Able to Use GNU/Linux to Beat Apple
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 07 Jan 2010 14:33:33 +0000
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Dell Has Everything To Beat Apple 

,----[ Quote ]
| There are two possibilities, either you 
| create a door for yourself, or if you see a 
| door, then just open it and walk in. We 
| will talk about the door thing later, first 
| tell me: what do you use for your 
| computing? Did I hear Microsoft Windows? 
| GNU/Linux? Some might be using Apple Mac as 
| well.
| Windows is passe nobody seems to be talking 
| about it any more. Except for Microsoft, 
| and even they may shy away if you say 
| something that sounds similar to 'Vista'. 
| Now, the rage is Mac and GNU/Linux.
| Apple Mac has increased its share in the 
| market post Vista release. The market was 
| there and Vista disappointed people. 
| Windows 7 is nothing, but Microsoft's re-
| polished Vista promises. GNU/Linux is 
| fighting but, it has more yards to cover.


Freescale's Linux smartbook aims to take bite out of Apple

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| Apple's long-trailed tablet computer had 
| better be good. Semiconductor maker 
| Freescale will this week announce the 
| outline of a  cheap rival device  it hopes 
| will be adopted by computer makers to boost 
| its in-house chip technology.
| The concept is not something people will be 
| able to buy immediately, but will be shown 
| in the form of a reference design, a sort 
| of blueprint for other companies to adopt 
| as they see fit. But it appears to have 
| been thought through and there is plenty in 
| it to worry Apple as it ponders marketing 
| for its own tablet system, rumoured to cost 
| as much as $1,000 a pop.



iPhone suffers as Android buoys Linux cause

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| Google's open mobile OS platform Android is buoying the fortunes of
| Linux-powered smartphones. The news for Apple's iPhone, however, is not so
| good.


How Apple Does Controlled Leaks

,----[ Quote ]
| Controlled leaks are almost always the
| solution to a problem.

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