Intel Working on a Netbook App Store

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nekollx

 Color me interested

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daveyd

My netbook is collecting dust right now, in favor of my desktop pc. I'm sure that will change with the advent of the Intel's App Store. It would be nice to browse a single place for all the tiny apps that are available and coded for these 'green' chips. I'm already excited! :)

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daveyd

My netbook is collecting dust right now, in favor of my desktop pc. I'm sure that will change with the advent of the Intel's App Store. It would be nice to browse a single place for all the tiny apps that are available and coded for these 'green' chips. I'm already excited! :)

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1337Goose

Hey, Windows users have never been able to reap the benefits of software repositories. This is actually an excellent way to deploy applications.

Recognize that there's more here than just an App store. 

~Goose

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EmilH1791

This App Store might be quite successful. I'm a minimalist, but I don't own a netbook because some applications I use will just turn the netbook into a portable radiator. These apps would be targetted only for netbooks and by nature, will be (hopefully) resource-friendly. None of that screen-hogging stuff, etc. Plus Google, and of course YouTube, just came out with "feather" (light) versions of their pages. What great timing. Intel just needs to find a way to draw developers in. I'm looking forward to it and interested in how this will be played out.

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