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Psion will lose the trademark war and they could have just saved everyone the trouble by giving it up early in the first place.

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Highlights of the 18th-25th January 2009 week, week IV of 2009

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After announcing the portable student laptop many months ago, Intel has at last launched the Classmate PC which has seen a redesign in the process

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Intel is in a situation. Sales of Atom, the netbook chip are going through the roof but unfortunately at the expense of their most lucrative powerful notebook chips

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Never say never. AMD has decided to enter the netbook market after all after telling us a while ago that it was not interested at all.

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Highlights of the 21st-28th December 2008 week, the last week of 2008

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Intel’s netbook, the CTL 2go PC may see the official light of day at the 2009 CES in January. See the upgrades and tweaks that it had undergone since it was last seen in public.

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Why netbooks are cheap, portable web browsers

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Apparently the demand for netbooks is down because in November, fewer units were sold compared to October. Is that reason enough to panic and say that indeed netbooks are a fad?

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Forbes article by Brian Caulfield entitled “Why Nokia Could Kill The Netbook” explains how the new Nokia N97 smartphone is going to stop the low cost laptop craze. Netbook Era disagrees a 100%

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An Intel exec and the Techcrunch editor recently dissed netbooks. Two different bloggers share their comments.

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It looks like Intel is going à la AMD and dodging netbooks completely

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Why not both ARM and Intel processors in netbooks?

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Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) won’t compete against rival Intel Corp. (INTC) in supplying chips for the emerging market of lower- priced, Internet-focused netbooks - and AMD is just fine with that.

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