The reality of mobile Linux: Part two

Summary:At the Mobile World Congress, examines Linux handsets which are already on the market, as well as a low-cost Linux-based 3G phone and Google's Android platform

At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, took a look at how mobile Linux is already a reality.

In the second of a two-part series, we examined a low-cost, Linux-based 3G handset that may make a splash at the Beijing Olympic Games, a range of Linux devices that are already for sale and Texas Instruments' take on Google's much-hyped Android platform.

Topics: Mobility


David Meyer is a freelance technology journalist. He fell into journalism when he realised his musical career wouldn't be paying many bills. His early journalistic career was spent in general news, working behind the scenes for BBC radio and on-air as a newsreader for independent stations. David's main focus is on communications, of both... Full Bio

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