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[News] New Motorola Cameria Phone Runs MontaVista Linux

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Mot camera-phone runs widgets

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| Motorola announced a Moto VE66 camera-phone that offers WiFi, GPS, a 
| 5-megapixel camera, an MP3 player, and MontaVista Linux. The VE66 is the 
| first Motorola phone to support the MotoDev Studio for WebUI "widget" 
| platform, says Motorola, which also announced a "MotoDev Widget Developer 
| Challenge."    


Linux gadgets everywhere!

Digi Debuts ARM9 Powered Petit Linux Embedded Device Server

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| Digi International has launched Digi Connect ME 9210 - about the size of a 
| pair of dice, the ARM powered device is the smallest embedded device server 
| available with Linux, according to the company.  



Linux: for all things great and small

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| Most of us get a chance to see Linux in action at the desktop or single
| server level. Some of us use Linux on mobiles and other little gizmos without
| even realising that the penguin is doing the lifting.
| And most of us do not even know that Linux is capable of much bigger things,
| of playing in the super heavyweight category.


The Bizarre Cathedral - 31


The Super Windows That...Couldn't

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| One of the more bizarre accusations flung by Microsoft at GNU/Linux over the
| years is that it doesn't scale. This is part of a larger campaign to portray
| it as a kind of “toy” operating system – fine for low-end stuff, but nothing
| you'd want to run your enterprise on.
| Sadly, that narrative has been rather undermined by the independent Top500
| supercomputing sites ranking. Five years ago, the GNU/Linux family ran 36.80%
| of the top 500 supercomputers; worse, Windows ran on precisely one
| supercomputer.

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