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Augmented Reality with HTML5

How far can HTML5 go when writing mobile applications? more>>
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Put the World in Your Pocket with Marble

KDE's Marble breaks free of the desktop—and it knows where it's going. more>>
MeeGo

Run with MeeGo

What's new in 1.1? more>>

Is Your Personal Area Network Giving You the BlueZ?

Bluetooth is a complex beast, and recent changes to the standard Linux implementation have bamboozled many users. Untangle your personal area network with this revealing article on setting up the Bluetooth PAN Profile in BlueZ v.4. more>>

WebOS 2.1 - Give It a Spin with Emulation Through the WebOS SDK!

It seems like only yesterday that Palm announced its brand new Linux-based WebOS and Palm Pre, ready to shake up the world with awesomeness and Linux in a little package. more>>

Finding Your Phone, the Linux Way

If you have a Nokia N900, you can set it up so that it helps you find it the next time you lose it. The methods shown here, with modifications, can be used on other Linux phones as well. more>>

Controlling Your Linux System with a Smartphone

Using simple Web technologies, you can turn your smartphone into a multipurpose device to control your computers. more>>

Introduction to the MeeGo Software Platform

Distros come and go, and sometimes they combine with others to form new distros. Take Intel's Moblin and combine it with Nokia's Maemo, and you get MeeGo. more>>
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EOF - 3G Hell

The Internet may be world-wide and free, but 3G is neither. Can we fix that? more>>
Android

Android: Too Much of a Good Thing?

Android is everywhere. Really. It runs phones, tablets, and recently, I even saw it running on an iPhone. Just a few years ago, that would have thrilled me to no end. Truthfully, it still does, but I'm more skeptical now. See, two years ago, Linux was everywhere on Netbooks. I thought it was a big break—Linux finally hit the mainstream. more>>

2010 Readers' Choice Awards

Readers' Choice Awards 2010

The votes are in! Read on to find out how your favorites fared in this year's awards. more>>

Qualcomm's Rob Chandhok Joins Linux Foundation Board

In an early morning announcement, LinuxCon kicked off with an introduction from Jim Zemlin, Executive Director of the The Linux Foundation, to the newest member of the Linux Foundation Board, Rob Chandhok of Qualcomm. Qualcomm joins companies like IBM, Intel, NEC and Oracle as a platinum level sponsor of the foundation. more>>

Cisco To Have An Android Tablet Of Their Very Own

First came Android, the mobile OS. Then came the first Android phone, the G1. Then came the Nexus One, the first true gPhone — Google top to bottom. And it just kept going from there. more>>

Yukon, Side of the Road

Ubuntu Netbook Remix on the Acer Aspire One

In preparation for this year's annual motorcycle trip, I purchased an Acer Aspire One Intel Atom N450 netbook. I'd been looking at netbooks for a while, and finally made my choice. more>>

Broken

When software updates go bad(ly)

I received an email overnight that has me re-evaluating what my smart phone will be. But the email also raised a number of other questions in my mind that are more diverse and apply to more than just the decision of what smart phone to upgrade to. more>>

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