Pandora project, the ultra-portable linux-based handheld mobile gaming console that took on pre-orders in 2007, just shipped 900 more units. The makers of Pandora have been struggling with nubs, apparently its not easy to make a nub you know. The quality has to be just right, this led them to replace the first 150 sub-nub units that were sent out earlier in the year.
Windows XP? Ubuntu? Those take far too long to get going and that’s why Lenovo has opted for SplashTop Linux for its QuickStart-branded line of netbook computers. SplashTop is an “instant-on” Linux environment that was originally developed by DeviceVM. From what I hear, this environment is embedded in the motherboard, so it can literally get […]
I’ll admit that I rely on my laptop for just about everything and it can be pretty frustrating when there is no desk for me to use. As such, I tend to carry around one of those lapdesk contraptions that I can place on my lap, providing a sturdy and flat surface for my notebook. […]