LXer: Linux phone market opening up?
Published at LXer:
Four vendors are helping change Linux-based phones from voice-focused appliances into multimedia computers, according to Sascha Segan of PC Magazine. OpenMoko, TrollTech, Nokia, and Motorola are each using open source to cut costs, add flexibility, and/or to attract community and commercial developers, writes Segan.
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