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[News] Hands-On Experiences Available for New Mobile Linux Platform

  • Subject: [News] Hands-On Experiences Available for New Mobile Linux Platform
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 29 Nov 2009 09:32:41 +0000
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First Else Phone Poised for Change, Hands-On Available

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| The one thing that is certain here is that 
| First Else does seem something else. The OS is 
| said to have been developed from scratch, but 
| one should agree that it looks pretty 
| appealing. Take a look at the video below to 
| make an idea on the handset. At the same time, 
| you might also want to head to the Else 
| website for additional details, or to have a 
| look at the photo gallery available on pocket-
| lint here.



The Ever-Nimble, Mobile Linux

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| I know that not many people ever believed it,
| but the old complaint about free software never
| innovating is being disproved magnificently in
| a whole new field: mobile phones. It's becoming
| increasing clear that alongside the iPhone,
| which is still the leader in this sector â at
| the moment â the other driving force is mobile
| Linux.
| [...]
| That's why free software will always *power*
| more innovation than closed source, even if it
| is not always itself the most innovative
| technology.


First Else phone raises the interface bar for smart phones

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| But a new offering from Else, (formerly Emblaze)
| which will debut next year in the second quarter,
| is offering an intriguing glimpse at a radically
| different and potentially much more friendly form
| of user interface. The First Else phone, (yeah, not
| sure about that name) is a 3.5 inch touch-screen
| phone built with the latest Access Linux Platform
| operating system.


Emblaze demos Else handset

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| The Else âmobile deviceâ runs on Linux and has
| been hailed by Emblaze as a step away from
| âphone-centricâ devices and a step towards
| âapplication-centricâ multi-purpose gadgets.

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