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2009: A Breakthrough Year for Mobile Linux

Article Source LinuxDevices
December 30, 2009, 5:36 pm

In 2009, mobile consumer devices including netbooks, e-readers, tablets, MIDs, PMPs, and mobile phones were increasingly dominated by embedded Linux or the Linux-based Android. LinuxDevices presents four updated showcases of story summaries for netbooks, phones, and other portable devices, recalls 2009 highlights ranging from the Kindle to the Droid, and looks in on new rumors about the Google Nexus One and Chrome OS netbook design.

For almost a decade, LinuxDevices has presented its LinuxDevices Showcase guides, offering handy summaries of our stories that introduce new devices that use embedded Linux. Organized by category of device in reverse chronological order, the guides include mobile phones, netbooks, MIDs, PDAs, audio and video gear, networking equipment, robots, and much more...
 
 

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