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by Russell Barnes
The Pocketbook 302 is the latest Linux-powered eBook Reader from GreenReader.co.uk. With a touch screen, Wi-Fi and more than a dozen extra apps, it’s one of the most feature-rich models on the market…

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by Dmitri Popov
Does Peppermint Ice, the new cloud-oriented desktop distro, have what it takes to do for desktops what Jolicloud and Google Chrome OS are doing for netbooks?

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by Russell Barnes
Can a small team of French developers really take on the might of Google Chrome OS with Jolicloud 1.0? Linux User & Developer thinks they’re in with a shot…

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by Russell Barnes
The Dell Streak. Is it a tablet, or is a smartphone? Get your answers on a postcard, but not before checking out Linux User & Developer’s review…

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by Russell Barnes
Since Intel’s N450 Atom processor boasts such excellent power-saving capabilities over previous chips, it has powered almost all netbooks released in the same period – Toshiba’s mini NB300 was no exception…

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by Russell Barnes
The Zbox attempts to take GPU acceleration to the next level with the powerful next-gen ION behind it. Russell Barnes puts it through its paces…

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by Lauren Darcey and Shane Conder
Among the many exciting announcements in their annual I/O conference, Google released the Android 2.2 SDK (FroYo) to developers. This highly anticipated platform upgrade brings with it exciting improvements and features for users and new tools for application developers and publishers. Here’s what we make of it…

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by Sukrit Dhandhania
TeamViewer is a very powerful cross-platform remote desktop sharing tool that has recently been ported to the Linux platform. Sukrit Dhandhania takes it for a test drive…

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by Dmitri Popov
The revamped software and a wireless interface makes Excito’s latest product the best Linux home and small-business server on the market. As Dmitri Popov discovers, literally everyone should have a Buba 2 WiFi…

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Bijk review
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by Sukrit Dhandhania
Bijk is a web service offering a whole bunch of server monitoring capabilities with a simple setup and at no cost. It supports most of the popular flavours of Linux used on servers. And it creates neat-looking graphs from the data…

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by Russell Barnes
The PocketBook 301+ is actually a recent update of the original model released in 2007, itself based on a popular eReader design that’s been sold by various companies. Ukrainian in origin, the original 301 was a variant on the Netronix EB-600 eReader and essentially offered the same basic spec as a very wide range of other eReaders…

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by Russell Barnes
Although Popcorn Hour’s C-200 Network Media Tank was released in September last year, its initial firmware was a little patchy. Let’s see how it performs now it’s had ample time to bed in…

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