Wednesday, July 08, 2009 by sergei
Categories: Future , partners , article , netbook

In its corporate blog post, Google outlined the vision for the Google Chrome OS. This is an exciting development, and validates and reflects what we have been seeing with Splashtop - people want instant-on computing; an easy-to-use interface; and a secure environment with no worries about malware or viruses. Here is how Google explains the motivation behind Chrome OS:

Wednesday, June 24, 2009 by sol
Categories: Biz , partners , netbook

It's hard to keep up with all the great new devices out there by OEMs who are doing truly innovative things to make the consumer experience better and better. Every day I drool at all the shiny new devices featured on my favorite gadget blogs. It's nice to see Splashtop showing up on more and more of them. We're excited to announce a couple of new OEMs using Splashtop to bring instant internet to millions more consumers out there. This week we get to debut two! One by Acer and another by Sony.

The AspireRevo by Acer

Tuesday, May 12, 2009 by sergei
Categories: partners , article , netbook

When netbooks first came out, we were looking at them through the prism of the One Laptop Per Child project. They were expected to sell in developing countries, and become the first PCs for people who could not afford a regular notebook. Things turned out very differently.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009 by sol
Categories: partners , web 2.0 , netbook

lady with lenovo
(my netbook looks just like hers)

Friday, January 23, 2009 by sol
Categories: partners , web 2.0 , netbook

lenovo s10

Monday, December 15, 2008 by sergei
Categories: Techy , features , partners , technical

Did you ever wonder what happens when you press the power button on your PC and may see all that text on the screen, before your operating system even starts grinding its wheels?

Thursday, November 27, 2008 by sol
Categories: partners , article , award

shawn fang

Tuesday, October 28, 2008 by sol
Categories: Biz , partners , article


Wednesday, October 08, 2008 by sol
Categories: partners , article

gizmodo vios

In case you missed it, Wilson Rothman at Gizmodo wrote an awesome article about one of the first Voodoo production units scored by a reviewer. While he gushes about how thin and sexy it is, he spends a considerable amount of time talking about the Voodoo Instant On Solution (VIOS). Here's a snippet of his comments:

Thursday, September 18, 2008 by sol
Categories: partners , article

vooodoo Did you see it? One of the coolest notebooks of all time? The one that HP is going to put up against the MacBook Air? The one that's all carbon fiber with backlit keys? It has a little something on it called Voodoo IOS which gets you online seconds after you hit the power button. Sound familiar? It should because Voodoo IOS is Splashtop.