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Nokia N900 Linux Smartphone Delayed Until November

Nokia is delaying the release of its N900 smartphone, which will run the open-source Maemo operating system, until November, according to Reuters and other reports.

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Qualcomm Launches Open Source Subsidiary

Qualcomm has established a subsidiary to develop software for mobile open source platforms. The Qualcomm Innovation Center, Inc. (QUIC) will optimize open source software with Qualcomm technology, using platforms including Linux, Webkit, Android, Chrome, and Symbian...
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Wind River CEO Woos Intel Competitors

Following its acquisition by Intel, Wind River remains eager to serve Intel competitors, especially those moving to multicore, suggests CEO Ken Klein in a candid blog post. Klein underscores his subsidiary's independence, noting recent deals with non-Intel partners.
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User Experience and UI Design Resoures for Moblin Developers

Do you want to build compelling user experiences and user interfaces for Moblin notebook apps? Here are some resources for you.
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Major OEM Preinstall Ahead for Moblin Tech?

Samsung has licensed Phoenix Technologies's "Instant-on" quick-boot Linux environment. Phoenix says the deal spans "notebooks and netbooks," while Samsung touts its UMPC leadership. Hm, could Moblin technology be headed for the Q1?
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