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Is Linux Irrelevant?

It's not the distro or even the Linux kernel that matter. It's the things made with Linux--the servers, smartphones, netbooks, and other mobile devices.
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MIPS Android Port Arrives, Aimed at the Digital Home

MIPS Technologies says that it will soon publish the source code of its port of Android for the MIPS architecture. This could boost adoption of Google's open source mobile platform on MIPS-based devices.
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Linux Mobile Group Readies 2Q Push

The LiMo Foundation will soon announce more handsets, said executive director Morgan Gillis, in an interview with LinuxDevices. Gillis, who sounded off on Intel's Wind River acquisition, Android, Chrome OS, Symbian, and more, said the mid-August announcement will be followed by bigger announcements...
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Tomorrow's Linux Desktop, Today

Everyone knows that Clutter, released in 1.0 form [Wednesday], is a key Moblin technology for netbooks.
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What's "Linux on the Desktop" Mean, When We Don't Know What a Desktop Is, Anymore?

It's typical, sensible, and useful for a conference wrap-up keynote address to look at the big picture, with session descriptions like, "Where Linux has been and where it's headed."

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