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[News] Google and GNU/Linux Carry on Mutual Affair

  • Subject: [News] Google and GNU/Linux Carry on Mutual Affair
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2007 19:10:51 +0100
  • Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.advocacy
  • Organization: Netscape / schestowitz.com
  • User-agent: KNode/0.10.4
Google looks like mobile Linux break-out

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| Like Patton cutting across France, Google looks set to give mobile Linux its 
| worldwide breakout with its GPhone announcement, now expected on November 5. 
| After parsing through all the stories and speculation, it seems Google will 
| announce a mobile Linux reference platform, an initial manufacturer, and an 
| advertising-driven business model for mobile services.  


Google updates desktop for Linux

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| Software engineer Jim Zhaung adds that the hotkey that launches the quick 
| search box is now customisable. Tasty. 


ToyOS education still harms modern computing with Free software...?

Google And IBM Take Aim At Shortage Of Distributed Computing Skills

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| Academia has fallen behind in this area, says Randy Bryant, dean of Carnegie 
| Mellon's School of Computer Science, one of the participating schools. Most 
| undergraduates don't see or learn about the databases and data centers that 
| companies are building.   



Google Gphone still on the way, say sources

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| TI's handset chipsets will find their way into the Google phone should the 
| company decide to roll out an EDGE-compliant handset, but Qualcomm could turn 
| out to be the winner if Google decides to bet on a 3G model, the sources 
| noted.   


Five Facts About Google Phone

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| Initially there was one prototype, but over past few months Google has the 
| mobile OS running on 3-to-5 devices, most of them likely made by HTC, a 
| mobile phone maker, and all have Qwerty apps. The model that folks have seen 
| is very similar to the T-Mobile Dash. Around 3GSM, there were rumors that 
| Google, Orange and HTC were working together on mobile devices.    


Linux-Powered Smartphone Use on the Rise

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| Linux smartphone technology will see its fastest growth, with annual growth 
| rates as high as 75 percent, in the 2007 to 2012 period. 


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