Linux.com

Home News Embedded / Mobile Mobile Linux

Mobile Linux News

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



Mozilla releases Fennec 2.0 Alpha 1 for Android & Nokia N900

Mozilla has released the first alpha for version 2.0 of Firefox for Mobile, also known as " Fennec", for the Nokia N900 and various Android 2.0 or later devices...

Read more... Comment (0)
 

ViewSonic ViewPad 7 official: Android 2.2 and 'full' phone functionality

We know you're positively giddy with excitement to get at this OlivePad rebadge and ViewSonic is today fanning those flames of desire with a little bit of pre-IFA PR. Made official today, the 7-inch ViewPad 7 will try to lure in Android lovers with its tasty Froyo parfait, underpinned by hardware that includes front- and back-facing cameras, 3G for both phone and data transmissions, and a full-sized SIM slot.

Read more... Comment (0)
 

Intel Is Close to Acquisition of Infineon Wireless Unit

A deal would give Intel a foothold in the market for smartphone chips, a segment that is experiencing double-digit annual growth.

Read more... Comment (0)
 

Fennec Alpha Released For Android And Nokia N900

An early, pre-alpha version of Mozilla's Fennec mobile browser has been around for months, but the Firefox developer has today released an official full alpha for download. And it's not just Android that's benefitting—the mobile browser has also been released for Nokia's N900 smartphone. 

Read more... Comment (0)
 

Cell phones, MPI, and extending the boundaries of supercomputing

Jeff Squyres has a post to get your Friday morning off right in which he issues a challenge for someone in the community with a little free time to extend Open MPI…into your pocket! 

Jeff Squyres has a post to get your Friday morning off right in which he issues a challenge for someone in the community with a little free time to extend Open MPI…into your pocket

We’ve actually idly chatted about such things in the Open MPI community for a while.  It would be tremendously fun to write an iPhone/Android app that could talk to an MPI implementation and/or application.  Perhaps a good starting point would be to have the MPI implementation talk to an iPhone/Android phone.

Indeed, a simple first feature might well be push notifications when an MPI job completes. Open MPI supports “notifier” plugins  that exactly fit this use-case scenario.  We just need someone to write a notifier that sends an iPhone/Android push notification.

Any takers?  Ping me; I’d be happy to point you in the right direction.

Read more at insideHPC

 
Page 417 of 494
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