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ConnMan Optimizes Embedded Internet Connection Management

In June 2009 Intel and Nokia announced a partnership to collaboratively optimize Moblin and Nokia’s Maemo Linux OS for Atom-based netbooks, nettops, MIDs, automotive infotainment systems and cell phones.

 

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Nokia's Linux Smartphone Previewed

A technology site has published specs, photos, and Maemo 5 screenshots from the Nokia RX-51 smartphone.
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Palm Seeking Submissions for App Catalog Beta

Those developing applications for the Linux-based Pre smartphone can now submit them to be considered for inclusion in an upcoming "Palm App Catalog" beta.
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Linux x86 Vitality Bodes Well for Moblin Project

However, much of the work done by the likes of Red Hat, IBM, Novell, Intel, and Oracle stands to benefit the Moblin project, which aims to leverage mature, well-tested x86 software, along with UI innovations, in emerging device sectors like netbooks, MIDs, automotive, and videophones.

 

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New Dell-ARM Combo Poised to Take on Wintel Netbooks?

Dell is reportedly planning to expand its Linux lineup and is exploring the possibility of jumping into the "smartbook" market with ARM-based Linux products. This was revealed at the OpenSource World conference last week where a Dell executive touted the company's success with Linux and debunked Microsoft's claims that Linux netbooks have higher return rates.
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