Linux.com

Home News Embedded / Mobile Mobile Linux

Mobile Linux News

The latest news about Mobile Linux development, from authoritative sources around the Internet.



HP releases "Community Edition" of webOS as open source

In preparation for the release of Open webOS 1.0, HP and WebOS Internals have released the last essential components of the webOS 3.0.5 source code for the TouchPad as a "Community Edition"...

Read more... Comment (0)
 

Reuters: Asus Exec Confirms Google Will Announce a Tablet Today

Earlier this week a leak prompted rumours to circulate suggesting that Google's hotly anticipated tablet would be announced today. Now, Reuters is reporting that an unnamed Asustek executive has confirmed that to be the case. More »...

Read more... Comment (0)
 

Strategy Analytics: Apple Has Shipped 250M iPhones, Made $150B In Revenues In The Past 5 Years

We know that Apple has been making a killing from the iPhone, with the device reigning as the single-most popular smartphone in a number of markets — despite Android-based handsets collectively having a bigger lead. Now, with the fifth anniversary of the iPhone fast approaching — it’s June 29 — Strategy Analytics has calculated just how big that killing is: Apple has shipped 250 million iPhones worldwide, and the iPhone has generated $150 billion in cumulative revenues. 

Read more... Comment (0)
 

This Is the New Android Jelly Bean Mascot—Just Installed at Google's Headquarters

Check this out, it's Android Jelly Bean mascot! Google just installed it in their Mountain View campus, right next to Ice Cream Sandwich. Clearly, the new version of the world's most popular cellphone operating system will be announced tomorrow at Google I/O. 

Read more... Comment (0)
 

Beyond the Beagle: Seven Open Source Board Projects that Count

The Raspberry Pi single board computer (SBC) that began shipping in April in $25 and $35 versions has taken the hacker world by storm. Yet, the education-focused, development board is just the latest and cheapest of a number of recent open source, community hardware projects designed for hobbyist devices, educational platforms, prototyping, and even some limited-run commercial products. Most of the seven open-spec boards listed here cost $100 to $200, but unlike the ARM11-based Pi, they feature ARM Cortex-A8 and -A9 processors and support Android in addition to running various Linux distributions.

Read more... Comment (6)
 
Page 377 of 578

Upcoming Linux Foundation Courses

  1. LFD312 Developing Applications For Linux
    05 Jan » 09 Jan - Virtual
    Details
  2. LFS220 Linux System Administration
    05 Jan » 08 Jan - Virtual
    Details
  3. LFD331 Developing Linux Device Drivers
    12 Jan » 16 Jan - Virtual
    Details

View All Upcoming Courses

Become an Individual Member
Check out the Friday Funnies

Sign Up For the Linux.com Newsletter


Who we are ?

The Linux Foundation is a non-profit consortium dedicated to the growth of Linux.

More About the foundation...

Frequent Questions

Join / Linux Training / Board