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OLPC OS 13.1.0 Supports The XO-4 Touch Laptop: A new version of the OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) operating system has been released. The Fedora-based Linux distribution now supports the forthcoming OLPC XO-4 Touch laptop...
Dell Puts Out Updated Ubuntu Linux Laptop: Dell has released an updated XPS 13 laptop that now has an 1920 x 1080 FHD display while shipping Ubuntu 12.04 LTS...
Ubuntu 8.04.4 LTS, 12.04 LTS, 12.10 On An Old Laptop: Last week I shared how the open-source R500 driver can compete with the legacy Catalyst Linux driver on an old Intel laptop with ATI graphics, but how has the performance for other areas of the system changed with the latest Ubuntu Linux code? In this article are benchmarks from other areas of this Core Duo laptop when running Ubuntu 8.04.4 LTS, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, and then a recent development snapshot of Ubuntu 12.10.
OLPC XO-1.75 Laptop Preview: Last month at XDC2011 Chicago, I managed to get my hands on what should be the production hardware model of the XO-1.75 laptop that is expected to be released in the coming months by the OLPC project. The low-cost OLPC laptop targeted for students is now ARM-based and consumes very little power.
$150 Medison Laptop Bites The Dust: It was less than a week ago when we last updated you on the status of the $150 Medison Celebrity laptop. At that time the insanely cheap laptop was still no where to be found. However, it seems as if the final confirmation is there that this 1.5GHz Celeron processor, 256MB of RAM, Linux-loaded, 14" wide-screen laptop is indeed a scam.
OLPC Update: The OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) program has gotten a new name, price, and features. According to Ars Technica, the OLPC program will advertise the laptop as The Children's Machine (CM1). The price has been upped $40 from the original $100 USD, but this heightened price comes with new system specifications.