Monthly Archives: November 2005

Linux Phone Standard

Coverage from Linuxdevices.com today of the Linux Phone Standard (LiPS). Yay! It’s an effort that fits in quite well with the Mobile Linux Initiative from the OSDL. The OSDL effort is a relatively low level push, aiming to make the … Continue reading

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Internet Neutrality

The statement that Vint Cerf makes in his letter about “Internet Neutrality” apply equally well to cellular and mobile networks: The remarkable social impact and economic success of the Internet is in many ways directly attributable to the architectural characteristics … Continue reading

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Mobile Monday Tonight

Just a reminder for the Mobile Monday meeting tonight. The essential details: What: November Mobile Monday (Funding and Investment) When: November 7th, 2005 7:00pm Where: AOL Building 12, 401 Ellis St., Mountain View, CA Who: Anyone interested in mobility Cost: … Continue reading

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Open All The Way

I’m a bit behind in my news, so I just caught the story about Neuros opening up the firmware to it’s audio player. As for the “Is this a good idea or a mere publicity stunt?” part, it really depends … Continue reading

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Opensource

So people keep pointing me to opensource.nokia.com and saying “Hey Mike, you should be into this, look at the Nokia open source stuff”. Lets see, Python points to the Python binary download release, and I think the series 60 browser … Continue reading

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