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Tuesday, December 29, 2009 by kevin
Categories: Info , features , partners , article , video , netbook

2009 was a busy year for netbooks. According to Display Search worldwide shipments are expected to hit 33 million units, that is a 103% jump from 2008. Even the very definition of a netbook is jumping around with each manufacturer molding the netbook in its own way.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009 by sergei
Categories: Info , Future , article

I borrowed the headline from Technologizer, where Harry McCracken is running a poll to see how quickly people get online in the morning. At the time I voted and saw the results, 43% of respondents claimed to get online before they actually got up - they keep their computers or phones by the bed. For a full 78% of respondents, going online competes with or comes before getting breakfast or walking their dog.

Thursday, July 23, 2009 by sol
Categories: Techy , Future , features , partners , article

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The singular goal of DeviceVM and the Splashtop technology is to get you to whatever you're looking for, quickly and efficiently. We're the inventors of this space and continually think of ways to innovate. Sometimes we innovate by solving large technical problems like getting your machine up and functional in a matter of seconds. Other times, we observe how people are using technology and attempt to make interface changes that improve the experience of using Splashtop.

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, May 20, 2009 by sol
Categories: article , netbook

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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.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009 by sol
Categories: article , video

I have a tech job. And, like the throngs of other people in Silicon Valley we all have parents who don't even try to understand what we do because, you know...it's technical. "Oh he works in technology," my Mom would say to friends and family at holidays. No other details. She never tried to understand. Well all that changed last week when NBC came into the DeviceVM office to do an interview. I've tried to explain a thousand times what Splashtop does because I think it's easy enough to understand. But, my mother just says, "that sounds real nice honey." I know she doesn't get it.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009 by sol
Categories: article , netbook

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netbook image courtesy of Wired

One of my friends (and co-workers) Sergei, alerted me to an article in Wired about netbooks and how their popularity points to a truth in computing - we don't do all that much with our computers.

Thursday, January 15, 2009 by sol
Categories: Event , article , video

CES allowed us to continue to demonstrate the power of our fast booting, web-centric operating environment. There were a couple videos that we wanted to share with you. The first is Sergei's incredible appearance on "Into Tomorrow" with Dave Graveline. Check it out...

Wednesday, January 14, 2009 by sergei
Categories: article , environment

You should consider unplugging that new plasma TV, at least when you are not watching it. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, a plasma TV sucks down $165 of electricity a year in standby mode.

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