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Intel and Nokia field open source telephony project

Intel and Nokia have launched an open source project to develop a mobile telephony stack for possible inclusion in the Moblin and Maemo projects. The oFono stack is based on open source Linux and a high-level D-Bus interconnection API, and targets the development of GSM/UMTS applications.
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Samsung's Android phone to launch in Germany

Samsung Electronics announced its first Android phone, which will be offered by Telefonica's O2 network in Germany, starting as early as June. The Samsung I7500 offers a 3.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen, 7.2Mbps HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and a five megapixel camera...
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T-Mobile sells a million Android phones

T-Mobile USA says it has sold more than one million Android-based G1 smartphones since the device's debut last year. The revelation came as part of an earnings announcement earlier this week by parent company Deutsche Telekom, our sister publication eWEEK.com reports.
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Sony Ericsson Weighs In On Android

Article Source InformationWeek
April 21, 2009, 11:00 am

The company is in no rush to release an Android smartphone, as it's focusing on creating a unique user experience and user interface.

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Openmoko Throws Everything Behind "Plan B"

Article Source Linux Journal
April 9, 2009, 5:00 am

Putting Linux on mobile phones is all the rage these days, what with Google's Android popping up on prototypes left and right, and even the venerable Palm pushing the Pre, a penguin-phone of its own. That wasn't always true, though, but way back in those dark days of proprietary phoning —...

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