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Still visible in RSS feeds.
 
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Kogan changes ads due to ACCC concern 
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Vodafone’s announcement of a $0 Dell netbook and mobile broadband bundle doesn‘t actually mean the laptop is thrown in for free.
 
Microsoft opts for Windows 7 for next embedded release 
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Microsoft has confirmed that the next version of Windows Embedded will be built on Windows 7.
 
Embedded Nano kit announced 
Oct 29, 2008 | Comment Now 
Via has produced a working mini-ITX motherboard with a Nano processor on it.
 
Portwell brandishes nano-Atoms and embedded Core 2s 
Aug 18, 2008 | Comment Now 
Despite the nano-ITX and mini-ITX formats being pioneered by VIA – who just launched the EPIA N700 – it is Intel which is capitalising on the formats.
 
Microsoft unveils Windows Embedded Standard 2009 
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Microsoft has announced the immediate availability of Windows Embedded Standard 2009 Community Technology Preview..
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