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|24th September 2009, 11:06||#1|
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Dell and Microsoft back Intel Moblin OS
MOBLIN 2.0, the Linux-based operating system (OS) designed for Atom netbooks, is due to come pre-installed on some Dell netbooks from tomorrow.
Dell turned to Ubuntu creator Canonical to create the Ubuntu Moblin Remix Developer Edition for its Inspiron Mini 10v netbook, and will aim the package at developers.
"Moblin keeps on getting more exciting as a project with new applications and improved user experiences. It's great to be delivering this release with Dell to developers wanting to participate in Moblin," said Mark Shuttleworth, founder and chief executive of Canonical.
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