Linux At The 2011 Consumer Electronics Show
Written by Michael Larabel in Hardware on 15 December 2010 at 01:14 PM EST. 1 Comment
In three weeks I'll be back in Las Vegas for the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) providing Linux coverage of the hardware happenings.

So far the Linux presence at CES 2011 looks to be mostly in the form of Android and other Linux-based operating systems appearing on new tablets and other mobile devices. Though there should be the assortment of usual companies innovating atop of open-source software / Linux, like SplashTop and others. There will also be the release of Intel's Sandy Bridge, which already has open-source Linux support, among other PC hardware happenings at this event.

If you are part of one such company (or one of the hardware vendors we talk about on Phoronix) and will be in Las Vegas, you are welcome to contact me. Or even if you wish to talk about the Phoronix Test Suite / Linux benchmarking in general to improve your company's Linux support. But we aren't simply press-release-pushers like other web-sites and will not do media briefings with any random company that's irrelevant to our focus.

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