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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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World's Smallest Linux Networking Server?

Lantronix announced its latest XPort embedded networking module, which it touts as the "world's smallest Linux networking server."
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A Review of the Dell Mini 10v, Ubuntu Moblin Remix edition

When Asus launched the Eee PC in 2007, we recognized that netbooks had the potential to be a major game-changer for mobile computing. Two years and several iterations later, the evolving netbook form factor is better and more compelling than ever before.
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Are App Stores Evil?

The only thing changing faster than mobile devices is the business model for distributing your applications...
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Android or WebOS? Try before you buy!

With Google and Verizon recently announcing that several Android phones will be coming out on their network, a Linux lover might have smartphones on the brain.  Obviously, having Linux running on your phone is awesome, but which Linux OS should you choose?
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