The Kernel is Calling: Mobile Phones at LinuxWorld

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There are over 4 million Linux-based mobile phones in China. Linux phones are quietly making their way to the U.S., and at LinuxWorld 2006 in San Francisco, PodTech’s Michael Johnson speaks with Karsten Homann of TrollTech, and Jim Cook of PalmSource. Their companies and others are designing the newest generation of mobile communication devices.

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