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Nokia N810 Internet Tablet Released

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Nokia's N810 Internet Tablet finally makes it to the US, and it'll cost you $480. For once, Nokia's eschewing of the term "phone" turns out to make sense: The only connection option you get with the N810 are WiFi and Bluetooth.

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The Linux-based Archos 604

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The Archos 604 comes with 30 GBs of storage and a 4.3" 480x272 32bit screen. On the box we found some earbud headphones, a rechargeable Li-ion battery, a dedicated USB 2.0 charging cable, a DVR Station adapter (DVR Station sold separately), a nice carry case and a Quick Start Guide.

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Solving resource contention problems with fuser

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Have you ever tried to unmount your USB thumb drive only to get the message "device is busy"? Like me, you probably thought, "I know I closed that file manager window. What's keeping it busy now?" fuser is a command that can answer that question for you, along with similar questions about what processes are using what files or sockets.

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Car computer runs Red Flag Linux

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DingCheng Electronics has announced a GPS-enabled PC that fits "double DIN" stereo bays. The CarPC 102 has a 4x45W amp, and runs Red Flag Linux or Windows on a 1.1GHz Pentium M processor, with 256MB RAM, 40GB hard drive, DVD/CD-RW drive, and 7-inch WXGA touchscreen display.

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Top-10 gift ideas for the Linux Gadget Geek

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Got a Linux Gadget Geek on your shopping list? You can't fail with a gift from this guide to the ten hottest Linux-powered devices gleaned from LinuxDevices.com's news throughout 2007. There's something for everyone, at prices from $150 to $1,000, organized from least to most expensive. Enjoy!

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Open source, Lego-like computer modules run Linux

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A six-person startup is readying a modular, open source hardware/software system resembling a set of electronic Legos. Bug Labs claims device developers can build "anything" using "Bug," which comprises an ARM11-powered base and various modular add-ons.

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Linux kernel drivers

http://linuxdriverproject.org

This is a list of hardware that does not have support on Linux and needs Linux kernel drivers written for them.

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Vista Is Still Plagued by Incompatibilities

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Nine months since its release, lots of hardware and software products still don't work with Microsoft's operating system, including some that are certified as Vista compatible.

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Devices Lacking Linux Support Needed

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We now have over 300 different developers signed up to help create, and maintain Linux drivers! What we need now is more companies participating in the project, we have the developers, but not enough work to keep them busy.

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The device behind the GPL's first U.S. legal test

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Monsoon Multimedia has used embedded Linux to build a consumer DVR (digital video recorder) with remote multimedia file serving capabilities. The Hava -- recently implicated in a GPL violation court case -- aims to let the user access live and recorded TV content from broadband-connected locations.

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Artificial dinosaur may have Linux on its mind

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The world will learn more about an artificial baby dinosaur at the ARM Developer's Conference two weeks from now in Santa Clara, Calif. There, Ugobe CTO John Sosoka is expected to reveal long-awaited details about the $350 Pleo and it's "Life OS," which is probably based on Linux.

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For Linux Lovers: The Penguin Mouse

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A computer mouse is no longer a simple object as nowadays it may come in a variety of shapes and sizes, colors and tones, bigger and smaller and sporting exotic or more common features. Among the shapes that a computer mouse can take these days is the shape of a little happy penguin,
looking especially for those Linux lovers out there.

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Palm cancels Linux-based Foleo

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Palm has canceled the Linux-based Foleo mobile companion, CEO Ed Colligan announced today on the company's blog. Colligan said the move would cost the company $10 million in earnings, but allow it to focus on a single Linux smartphone development platform going forward.

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Closed iPhone opens road for Linux phones

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Linux developers have been dying for a phone of their own ever since Sharp killed the Zaurus Linux-based PDA. Apple's decision to close iPhone to 3rd-party applications gave the green light to Linux phones and mobile devices.

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Tiny Linux security device gains online knowledge base

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Linux security device maker Yoggie has launched a knowledge base to support its small-formfactor ARM-based hardware firewall products. The Yoggie Knowledge Base uses an FAQ (frequently asked questions) format, and currently has about 40 questions that reveal interesting details about Yoggie's tiny firewalls.

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