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ZeroPhone
The ZeroPhone was announced in January as a DIY Hackaday project, based on open source hardware including the Raspberry Pi Zero. Image courtesy: Hackaday.io

Librem 5 Leads New Wave of Open Source Mobile Linux Contenders

Just when it seemed that the dream for an open source Linux phone had run its course, several new hardware and software projects have emerged, and some older projects have sought new life as aftermarket replacements. The biggest news in recent weeks was the endorsement by the KDE project and GNOME...
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Linux FOSS
Linux and FOSS are the natural leaders for true universal computing.

Linux Should Lead True Universal Computing

Imagine computers that you can have conversations with or control through gestures and head movements. Or even your own thoughts. There are endless energies and resources for whizbang toys such as games, crappy mobile apps, and new generations of smartphones… but the one area of genuine innovation...
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Nokia, Intel Collaborate on Open Source Hardware

Just a week after Nokia (NYSE:NOK) announced an agreement to help China Mobile move to a more flexible cloud network infrastructure, Nokia said it is teaming up with Intel to make its carrier-grade AirFrame Data Center Solution hardware available for an Open Platform Network Functions...
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