The smallest motherboard ever?

May 22, 2007

The smallest motherboard ever?
Wired
Rob Beschizza reports on the latest gadgets.

“Via’s Pico-ITX motherboard platform, only 4X3 inches in size, is now available for all of your insane small form factor needs.”

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The madness of third world laptops

IT Wire

Stan Beer of the Beer files says no child without laptop should be left behind.

“Those of us in the first world live a comparatively privileged lifestyle. Even so, many of us would think twice before shelling out a day or two of our pay for an underpowered plastic computer. Imagine asking governments of countries where many residents earn as much in two months as we do in a day to spend tens of millions on such computers instead of much needed infrastructure or agricultural projects. This is the madness that the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) program promotes.”

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Adobe banking on its cool factor

News.com

Candace Lombardi sees the You-tube generation as this company’s next big customer.

“While Adobe has traditionally considered its base to comprise about 3 million professionals who return for each new software edition and continue to buy other Adobe products, that base is skewing toward nonprofessionals.”

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