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When Designing for Moblin, Think Like a Mobile User: Part 1

A Moblin netbook isn’t just a small notebook PC. A Moblin MID (Mobile Internet Device) isn’t just a teeny tiny notebook PC. And a compelling Moblin application isn’t a standard desktop/notebook app or a Web application running on a smaller device.

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Wind River's Linux Chief: I Don't Wear an Intel Badge

Three months after Intel completed its acquisition of embedded OS and tools firm Wind River, we spoke with Wind River's Linux chief Vincent Rerolle about life as a subsidiary.
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Mandriva Folds in Moblin Tech

One of the largest commercial Linux distributions has added Moblin v2 technology and Poulsbo (GMA500) support. Mandriva claims to be "the first distribution to include full packaged Moblin environment."

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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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