The reality of mobile Linux: Part two

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.


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