Am I being naive? Should I stop worrying and embrace The Google Experience? And conversely, can I use an Android device without it?
There will be no more testing of Linux distributions on Nokia’s new netbook. There’s no point, really, as the Booklet 3G has a fatal flaw that prevents it from running the best desktop and netbook operating systems out there.
That flaw is the Intel GMA 500 graphics chip.
My third attempt at getting Linux on Nokia’s freedom-hating netbook. Today’s post: No joy with Jolicloud.
The second installment in my continuing saga of trying to get Linux on Nokia’s freedom-hating netbook. Today’s post: A win for Wubi…
Nokia’s Booklet 3G takes the lowly netbook to new levels of sophistication with (among other things) an aluminum chassis, HDMI port and SIM card slot.
Unfortunately, it runs Windows.