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[News] Linux Smartphones Multi-touch Capable

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Blogger says G1 multitouch capable

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| From the very beginning, Android has planned to support multitouch. The G1's 
| touch screen is a ClearPad, created by Synaptics—a founding member of the 
| Open Handset Alliance. Synaptics provides the touch interface driver for 
| Android, and will at some time offer "advanced multi-touch gestures for the 
| Android platform." Over at the RyeBlog, blogger RyeBrye has tapped into the 
| unit's multitouch capabilities.     



Google's Android mobile platform ported to BeagleBoard

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| The Linux-based Android mobile platform, which was developed by Google for
| smartphone handsets, has been ported to TI's Beagle Board. This port reflects
| the versatility of Android and demonstrates that it can be used viably on
| alternative hardware.


G1 Hack Watch: Garage Door Opener

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| Looking for yet another cool use for your G1? How about as a garage door
| opener? The Android Guys wrote about this particularly clever G1 hack over in
| their weblog.


PhoneFusion previews visual voicemail for Android

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| The software will be available through the Android Marketplace at the end of
| Q4 2008 and, from what I can tell from the write-ups will likely require a
| service agreement with PhoneFusion.


Jailbreak Makes Android a Little More Open

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| Of course, the Google Android Market isn't devoid of limitations. As the
| Developer Distribution Agreement notes: "You agree that you will not engage
| in any activity with the Market, including the development or distribution of
| Products, that interferes with, disrupts, damages, or accesses in an
| unauthorized manner the devices, servers, networks, or other properties or
| services of any third party including, but not limited to, Android Users,
| Google or any mobile network operator."


Open source in consumer electronics: What, why and how

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| This article looks at the motives behind open source, explains where open
| source is (and isn't) succeeding, and reveals Texas Instruments' thinking on
| Linux and the Open Handset Alliance (OHA).

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