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Palm Pre Success Depends on Developer Community, Gartner Says

With the stage now set for the Palm Pre--which on May 19 Palm formally announced will hit stores on June 6--all that’s left to wonder about is whether the Pre can meet the high expectations set for it.
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LBS Vendor and Intel Partner on Moblin MIDs

Nokia's Navteq digital-mapping subsidiary announced a partnership with Intel to encourage development of location-based services (LBS) software using the Linux-based Moblin platform. A new, Intel-sponsored microsite on the Navteq Network for Developers portal provides resources for those developing...
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"Hotspot in a box" runs Linux

Proxicast is shipping a portable, battery-powered 3G and 802.11 a/b/g WiFi hotspot that runs embedded Linux. The Proxicast Cell-Pak is built around the company's LAN-Cell 2 mobile 3G cellular router, has a rugged, MIL-spec rated case, and targets first-responder applications...

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Palm prepping a "Mini-Pre"?

Palm is preparing a low cost follow-up to its upcoming Palm Pre, offering the same Linux-based WebOS operating system, says an eWEEK story. Yet, even as Palm prepares the "Pixie," the Pre is facing some manufacturing problems that could limit availability, says the story.
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Maemo 5 SDK Beta Released, APIs Frozen

Nokia announced the availability of the Maemo 5 SDK beta release on Tuesday. In addition to bringing many bugfixes and improvements to the platform, this beta release also marks the official API freeze.
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