22nd Jul 2008
Michael Arrington has come up with a proposal and issued a call for public support: his wants to design and build an affordable web tablet, i.e. one that simply runs Firefox and bypasses the usual overheads of an OS. Sounds like a bloody great idea and I'll have one please.
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