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OpenMoko Offline Reader Puts Wikipedia in Your Pocket

The WikiReader will also empower its owner to use the best geek pick-up line ever: "I have the sum total of human knowledge in my pants. Do you want to see it?"
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Nokia Leaving Maemo's Tablet Roots Behind with N900 Phone

Nokia is preparing to launch the N900, a new mobile device built on the company's Linux-based Maemo operating system. Although the N900 is the technical and spiritual successor of Nokia's Internet Tablet products, it deviates substantially from its tablet roots and offers capabilities that push it into the smartphone market.
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Are App Stores Evil?

The only thing changing faster than mobile devices is the business model for distributing your applications...
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Don't Be Evil Means Don't Be Evil

Mixing Open Source communities and corporate boardrooms is a lot like mixing nitroglycerin — done properly, it produces unmeasurable good, but make a wrong move and the results won't be pretty.
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Linux Lets TV News Crews Rove More Freely

Nomad Innovations has used Moblin Linux technology to build a camera-mounted 3g and/or WiMAX transceiver aimed at mobile TV news teams. The $50K LiveEdge device is touted as a cost-saving, more flexible alternative to the $500K microwave trucks commonly used today.
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