Mobile Phones: the Embedded Linux Challenge

An overview of the suitablilty, viability and liability of Linux on mobile phones.

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Bill Weinberg brings more than 18 years of open systems, embedded and other IT experience to his role as Open Source Architecture Specialist and Linux Evangelist at the Open Source Development Labs, where he participates in OSDL initiatives for carrier-grade, data center and desktop Linux.

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LG enV Touch is very similar to the enV 3 but with two large screens – one connected to the touch screen and the other connected to a full QWERTY keyboard.
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