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Linux Makes Headway in Netbooks, Smartphones

So many stories about open source Linux becoming “mainstream” appear every year at Linux events that’s it’s become a cliché among technology reporters.

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Nokia's Linux Strategy Broadens with Upcoming Maemo 5 device

Nokia first unveiled its vision for a next-generation Internet Tablet device when it announced plans for Maemo 5—a new version of the Linux-based tablet operating system—at the Open Source in Mobile event last year in Berlin.
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Rugged PDA Moving to Linux

SDG Systems is porting Linux to a rugged handheld computer that currently runs Windows Mobile.
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Moblin v2 to Reach Netbooks this Oct.?

  The first netbook pre-installed with Moblin v2 operating system technology may reach market in October. A report suggests that Asus will offer Moblin v2 technology preinstalled on its "Seashell" netbook.
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Interview: Clutter maintainer Emmanuele Bassi

Clutter started in 2005, as a Research and Development project at OpenedHand. In the beginning, it was a canvas that Matthew [Allum] wrote for a media browsing application, but then he split it into its own library for building user interfaces with hardware acceleration.

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