What is your primary mobile device platform?

We're curious to know which mobile platform you use most often.  Please also feel free to let us know if there is a specific device or manufacturer you prefer in the comments below.

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None of the above

Duane's picture

Sometimes you just need to get away from the screen.

????!

glenn's picture

It's kinda bizarre that you would add WinMobile which has almost no market share and exclude RIM which has real market share.

Is there some kinda anti-RIM bias here or is Linux Journal?

On the contrary, many of us

Webmistress's picture

On the contrary, many of us are quite fond of the crackberry, and we have a special fondness for a certain RIM employee.

I just forgot to include it. I'm an Android girl myself.

Katherine Druckman is webmistress at LinuxJournal.com. You might find her on Twitter or at the Southwest Drupal Summit

Which devices

Doc Searls's picture

I have many: Android phone(s), Maemo Nokia N800 (plus earlier versions, still fun to use), iPhone, iPad, iTouch. Now what I want are some of those to-be-discounted HP mobile devices, including tablets, netbooks and laptops, all running Linux variants.

Doc Searls is Senior Editor of Linux Journal

epub

Phillip's picture

why not focus all your resources on developing an epub format. one format to view on all.

we're laying out an epub

Webmistress's picture

we're laying out an epub version as I write this.

Katherine Druckman is webmistress at LinuxJournal.com. You might find her on Twitter or at the Southwest Drupal Summit

Any progress on the

Nils Henrik's picture

Any progress on the .epub-version?

So, where can I find the

nilsht's picture

So, where can I find the epub-version??

Amazon Kindle - as per a

Anonymous's picture

Amazon Kindle - as per a mobile device that I'd like to use to receive and read Linux Journal.

Symbian Nokia X6 + JoikuSpot

Anonymous's picture

Symbian Nokia X6 + JoikuSpot = any WIFI device is mobile.
HP mini311 netbook

WebOS Palm SmartPhone

Anonymous's picture

WebOS Palm SmartPhone

Nook color.

Anonymous's picture

Nook color.

Symbian (Sony Ericsson Vivaz)

Anonymous's picture

Symbian (Sony Ericsson Vivaz)

Kindle

Nils Henrik Tvetene's picture

Kindle

none

Anonymous's picture

none

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