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HP Studying Google’s Android Platform for Ultraportables

How about Google’s Android operating system/platform for a notebook/laptop or even a netbook? Would you believe HP is taking a look at it? It’s no April Fool’s joke. Reuters is reporting that Hewlett-Packard is looking at various ways that Google’s … Continue reading

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Microsoft Talks Touch and Gestures in Windows 7

The Windows Touch Team at Microsoft has posted a very comprehensive look at touchscreen interfaces and interaction with Tablet PCs in regards to the upcoming

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Lenovo Pocket Yoga (Pocket Notebook) Discussed

There has been a lot of talk about Lenovo’s “Pocket Yoga”, which closely resembles the form factor of the Sony VAIO P series (or rather, the VAIO P resembles it). In the words of Lenovo, it’s the smallest pocket notebook. … Continue reading

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Samsung Netbooks/Mini-Notebooks and Windows 7

Over the past few days, Samsung has been hosting their European Forum in Vienna. TechRadar UK got a chance to speak with Kyu Uhm, head of Samsung’s Worldwide Sales and Marketing (Computing Division). Uhm had quite a bit to say … Continue reading

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Intel Gets Aggressive with CULV

DigiTimes is reporting that Intel is getting extremely aggressive in promoting the upcoming CULV platform. CULV – Consumer Ultra Low Voltage, is expected to shake up the ultraportable laptop/notebook market. Up until now, typical Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) laptops were … Continue reading

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