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Old 10-27-2007, 04:30 PM   #1
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LXer: A First Tussle With Linux's iPhone Killer: The OpenMoko Neo1973


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The Neo1973 is the first physical manifestation of a grand idea -- a new breed of wireless handheld built for the open-source age. It is the first release from the OpenMoko project, a group working to create a fully open source software platform for smartphones, a community-driven alternative to, say, the iPhone. Using Linux as a starting point, the OpenMoko developers have built a system which, although not everyday-usable yet, can be successfully installed and run on a variety of ordinary smartphone hardware: Treos, Motorolas, JasJars and so forth.

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