Microsoft claims that most people buying a netbook want a fully-featured Windows PC, rather than an unfamiliar Linux machine.
AMD's chief marketing officer has quashed rumours that the company is due to launch an ultra-low-voltage chip for 'netbook' devices aimed at competing with Intel's Atom processor line.
Microsoft has decided to continue supporting Windows XP until 2014, and will actively encourage business users to 'downgrade' from Vista.
The netbook revolution continues to motor forwards, and with the launch of Intel's new tiny Atom processor just a short while away - we take a quick first look to see what MSI's new 10-inch Wind is like to use. If you have an Eee already - you might want to look away now.
Microsoft is moving to stop the growth of the Linux OS in the ULPC market with cut-price XP Home offered to manufacturers of devices like the Eee PC.
Yeah, we couldn't help ourselves. It was late on Friday afternoon and we were rounding things up for the week but we just couldn't leave it be - we broke apart the Eee PC 900.
We had some time this morning with Asus' new Eee PC 900 that features a bigger screen, bigger SSD drive, more memory and even a Windows XP option. Check inside for unboxing pictures and our first thoughts!
Microsoft is due to announce some time this week the extended availability of their Windows XP operating system, and it's all thanks to devices like the Asus Eee PC.
Taiwanese electronics giant ECS has announced a new ultraportable notebook, the G10IL - and the good news is it actually brings something new to the table.
CeBIT 2008: Asus has introduced two new Eee PCs at CeBIT - a 7-inch model with Windows XP and a newer model with a 9-inch screen.
PC maker Elonex has revealed details of its sub-£100 ultraportable Linux notebook, and you might be surprised how much system you get for your money.
Engadget claims to have received pictures of Hewlett Packard's new Eee PC killer, the 2133. If the images are real, it's looking mighty fine so far.
Asus' Eee PC has taken the world by surprise - its combination of form factor, feature set and price point made it one of the hottest products of last year, but it's not without its problems. We take a look at how to improve the Eee PC experience with some simple OS tweaking.
The Asus EeePC is an inexpensive phenomenon - but here at bit-tech we're never happy with just leaving things alone. We increase the capacity of the tiny notebook eight fold to over 32GB, with this elegant and very simple mod anyone can do.