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Mobile Linux: A Crowd Is Starting to Form

The world of open source mobile platforms is starting to get a little crowded. Over the past couple of days, rumors began flying that Dell is getting into the game with a phone based on Google's Android platform. Dell denies it, but the amount of attention that is being paid to this segment of the m...

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I’ll Show You My Mobile Linux Platform if You Show Me Yours

A couple of developments in the mobile applications space have my head spinning. First, the LiMo Foundation announced it has increased its membership by adding six new members. Then, Yahoo introduced its mobile developer platform at CES, taking pains to point out that its apps will be compatible wit...

A Finger on the Pulse of the Mobile Dev Community

MyEclipse IDE vendor Genuitec is stepping up to the general developer downloads plate to take a swing at the task of automated and managed updates, plug-ins and patches to such widespread tools as Eclipse, Android and ColdFusion. The free Pulse service helps bring a "single throat to choke" benefit ...

Linux Blog Safari: Asus’ eeePC and the GPL, Linux in 2008

With all the buzz about Android starting to settle down, and the respite from it all afforded by Thanksgiving, the last few weeks have felt a little more mellow in the Linux blogs. One topic that did generate some passionate attention, however, was the question of whether Asus' new eeePC subnotebook...

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Funambol CEO Fabrizio Capobianco: Linux Is Mobile’s Future

Google's recent moves to create the next mobile platform by releasing its Android platform offers a strong statement about what the next mobile computing platform will look like. If Google's move is any indicator, the future mobile platform is going to be based on open source technology. Why? Becaus...

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