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Linux up to speed on mobile devices

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Linux, which has been much maligned by Symbian and Microsoft as a non-starter in the handset operating system market, is set to see strong growth as issues with framework fragmentation and silicon requirements are alleviated.

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Mobile Firefox gets speedup, design tweaks

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The Mozilla Foundation says the mobile version of Firefox, planned for release later this year, has been sped up nearly 600 percent in its latest builds. The evolving product, which will run on Linux-based devices, has also received several interesting new user interface (UI) proposals.

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Ballmer: Microsoft will power the mobile revolution

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Steve Ballmer believes that Microsoft is the only company with "the wherewithal" to dominate the world of mobile computing.

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Getting Started with the Trolltech Greenphone SDK

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Trolltech recently released many smartphone developers' dream combination-the Linux-based Greenphone and its open-source Qtopia Phone SDK. Qtopia inherits its API from Trolltech's flagship product Qt, a mature C++ application framework available for Linux/X11, Windows and Mac OS X. Qtopia is specifically enhanced for embedded Linux devices.

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Open-source browser targets Linux gadgets

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A software development firm in Montpellier, France recently released a new open-source browser intended for use in consumer device applications. Pleyo's "Origyn Web Browser" (OWB) is based on the open-source WebKit Web browser engine, and targets mobile phones, PMPs, PVRs, GPS gadgets, and more.

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Intel shows more advanced ultraportable device powered by Linux

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Designed by Elektrobit's team of engineers, the Mobile Internet Multimedia Device (MIMD) prototype has a slide-out keyboard, a 4.8-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1,024 pixels by 600 pixels, and a 3.2-megapixel camera. Instead of Windows, the MIMD uses Midinux, a Linux operating system for mobile devices from China's Red Flag Linux.

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Canonical refines mobile Ubuntu Linux

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Ubuntu backer Canonical has pinned down some broad feature lists for its upcoming version of Linux for smaller mobile devices. At the Computex trade show in Taiwan, the company announced particulars of a mobile version of Linux, Ubuntu Mobile and Embedded Edition. The first full release of the software, which will permit video, sound and full-featu

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