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Old 10-10-2013, 01:31 PM   #1
Steve R.
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CNET reports that LINUX may receive greater hardware support

Good news, computer hardware manufactures may be moving to provide greater Linux support. Better Linux based hardware drivers on the horizon?

HP no longer playing by Microsoft, Intel rules, exec says

CNET reports:
With Microsoft and Intel becoming "outright competitors," Hewlett-Packard sees most of the PC growth happening outside the Windows market. That means Android, Chrome, and Ubuntu.
A Hewlett-Packard vice president had a lot to say about alternatives to Microsoft and Intel during a meeting of financial analysts Wednesday. And HP CEO Meg Whitman had some pretty provocative comments of her own.
HP is focused on four OSes now: Microsoft, Android, Chrome, and Ubuntu, he added.


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