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Mozilla's Plans to Compete in the Smartphone Market Are Advancing

For quite some time now, Mozilla has been ramping up its effort to become a serious player in the mobile operating system and smartphone arenas. We've covered the company's Boot to Gecko platform -- an open, web-centric operating environment centered on the Gecko rendering engine -- and we covered Mozilla's alliance with Telefonica and Qualcomm to develop smartphones based on Boot to Gecko.

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Android App Player for PCs Out in First Beta Version

When the Android mobile OS (which isn't very old) was in its infancy, many critics expressed concerns that Apple had an insurmountable advantage with its App Store, and that the sheer number of available apps for the iPhone would ensure its dominance.

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Raspberry Pi $35 Mini System Starts Shipping

The credit card-sized Linux system is being delivered to first 10,000 customers worldwide this week.

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Cars and FOSS: Sweet Ride, or Crash in the Making?

With the frequent focus on mobile machinations and desktop deliberations here in the Linux blogosphere, it would be easy to assume that all else in the FOSS fiefdom is relatively conflict-free. Easy, perhaps -- but dead wrong, nonetheless. Case in point: cars. There's a growing movement to apply the open...

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ChromeOS Gets a Desktop, a Taskbar, and a Whole New Look

ChromeOS has always been just a Chrome browser and very little else. With the latest development build, however, Chromebook owners can try out a window manager, a taskbar, and even desktop space. It's all still on the web, but it looks a lot more like a traditional operating system.

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