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A rough guide to mobile open source Camera icon

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| Android has attracted widespread interest and support, but it's not alone:
| Android joins LiMo, Maemo, Symbian and Openmoko in a proliferating set of
| alternatives to proprietary mobile platforms. The alliances behind each of
| these, their capabilities, potentials and downsides can be confusing. Here's
| ZDNet.co.uk's short guide to who's doing what, why and how.
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http://news.zdnet.co.uk/communicatio...240,00.htm?r=1


Recent:

Open source phone goes to college

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| OpenLab will encourage students to develop their own projects based on
| Openmoko software and hardware, says Openmoko. Working with National Tsing
| Hua University, Openmoko has developed a curriculum for OpenLab that is being
| released under a creative commons share-alike license.
|
| [...]
|
| Stated Jyuo-Min-Shyu, Dean, Tsing Hua College of Electronic Engineering and
| Computer Sciences, "The lab is great, and we have Neo FreeRunner phones right
| at our students' fingertips."
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http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS8...47.html?kc=rss


Android vs. OpenMoko: Who Will Win?

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| Last week Google announced Android, which is the newest open-source mobile
| phone platform. Google is not the only company behind Android but several
| companies make up the Open Handset Alliance.
|
| [...]
|
| Meanwhile, the open-source mobile platform known to many GNU/Linux users,
| OpenMoko, hasn't kicked up nearly as much mainstream media attention. Both
| OpenMoko and Android leverage the power of the Linux kernel and other
| open-source projects to provide a free software platform for mobile devices.
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http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...item&px=NjE5Mg
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