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[News] RealNetworks Chooses GNU/Linux for Its Hardware

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RealNetworks lets Facet glitter, briefly

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| Glaser described Facet to analysts on the company's quarterly earnings call 
| as Linux-based hardware running a software stack "designed to be the 
| successor to the consumer DVD player."  



Streaming media player targets netbooks, nettops

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| RealNetworks (Real) says its RealPlayer is available for licensing by OEMs
| building "netbooks and nettops" that run Linux on Intel's Atom processor.
| Like the company's earlier release for MIDs (mobile Internet devices),
| RealPlayer for Intel Atom is integrated with Intel's "Moblin" Linux stack,
| Real says.


CyberLink Sees Opportunities in Netbooks, Linux

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| Multimedia software maker CyberLink sees a lot of opportunities in the
| fast-growing netbook segment of the computer market, from online access
| to files stored on home PCs to multimedia software made for Linux OSs.
| Some of the most popular netbooks, or mini-laptops, being launched come with
| options for far less storage space than mainstream laptops, such as Asustek's
| Eee PC 1000, Eee PC 901and Acer's Aspire one.
| Many of them also run on a Linux OS, such as Linpus Linux Lite on the Aspire
| one and Linux OS by Xandros on the Eee PC. These netbooks can also come with
| Windows XP instead.


Otellini: 'MID revolution will be centred round Linux'

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| Intel CEO says Microsoft's insistence on pushing Vista will hand market to
| open source rival
| Intel's CEO has said that he sees the revolution that is about to happen
| around mobile internet devices (MID) such as the Eee PC and other Atom-based
| sub-notebooks will be "centred round Linux", in an interview with Associated
| Press.


Linux preinstalls rocket to three per cent

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| Microsoft is still be shipped with 93 per cent of all PCs sold through
| distribution in the UK, according to Context.
| Yet Linux has nevertheless made an impressive gain.

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