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Submission + - Intel creates Linux app store for netbooks (theregister.co.uk)

Julie188 writes: Intel has created another beta version of its online apps store for netbooks. This one is for Moblin 2.1. It has already launched a beta of an app store for Windows 7 and Windows XP netbooks. Developers must submit their netbook applications to the Intel Atom Developer Program for validation before those apps can be accepted into the AppUp Center storefronts. However, Intel promises that the validation process will be less onerous than what many developers have experienced from, say, Apple's App Store police.
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Intel creates Linux app store for netbooks

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