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Maemo 5, N900 Centerpiece Maemo Summit 2009

This year's summit centered around two milestones--the release of Maemo 5, and the debut of Nokia's N900, the highly-anticipated successor to the tablet line that adds cell phone functionality, potentially putting a portable Linux system in the hands of smartphone customers worldwide.

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Droid is Coming to Verizon

Verizon and Motorola unveil the new Android-based smartphone, readying their potential iPhone challenger for a possible release date of October 30.

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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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Still No Source Code for the European Palm Pre

O2 is selling the Palm Pre Linux smartphone in Germany, but has not yet complied with the GPL by making the source code available. The Palm Pre launches in the UK on Friday...
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