More Linux-powered netbooks on the way

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HP's decision to stop shipping Linux on its European netbook range has been a bit of a blow, but now there's some good news. Chip maker Freescale has announced that it will use Android for its netbook chipsets later in the year. So far, the Google-made Linux-based Android OS has only been used on mobile phones, but Freescale's move could strengthen Linux's position in the netbook market, especially if the final hardware is cheaper and has better battery life than current offerings.

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