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[News] Google Does Another Demo of Mobile Linux, KDE Demo in Open Mind 2008

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Google shows off Android capabilities

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| Google's eye-catching demonstration of an early Android-enabled mobile phone 
| Wednesday appeared to mimic Apple's iPhone. But Google officials downplayed 
| the notion that they will face off against iPhone in the handset market.  


Report from Open Mind 2008

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| Earlier this month KDE Italia attended Open Mind 2008. A Free Software event 
| organised by Roberto Dentice in San Giorgio near Naples. There were KDE talks 
| and KDE demonstrations. Read on for the report.  



Update: Verizon, Mozilla join mobile Linux group

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| Verizon Wireless is throwing its support behind mobile Linux, becoming the
| first U.S. operator to join the LiMo Foundation, a group developing mobile
| Linux technology


Nokia Calls for Openness

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| Speaking as the lunch keynote at The Mobile Future, a day-long conference 
| sponsored by Carnegie Mellon and the University of California at Berkeley , 
| Iannucci laid out his thoughts on how his industry has to change in order to 
| spur the next generation of mobile demand.   
| Openness, of course, refers to having standard platforms that applications 
| developers can work on; the Android platform from Google would be one 
| example. (See Now Wait for Android.)  
| [...]
| But openness is going to be necessary, because it's the mobile industry's 
| best shot at discovering the applications that will drive the next wave of 
| wireless demand. The agony of debugging an application across a couple dozen 
| phone models is enough to scare away would-be developers, Iannucci said.   


T-Mobile tips broad push for open platforms

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| T-Mobile is expected to be the first carrier to field a cellphone using 
| Google's Android platform when it launches a handset using the software later 
| this year. Ultimately it will support many devices using the Linux-based 
| software with links to Google's Internet services.   

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