Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 4th Aug 2007 00:49 UTC, submitted by irbis
Google "Google's first mobile phone reportedly will run a Linux operating system on a Texas Instruments "Edge" chipset, and will likely ship to T-Mobile and Orange customers in the Spring of 2008. "GPhone" call minutes and text messages will apparently be funded by mobile advertising, according to reports." The report found at the popular embedded systems Linux news site LinuxDevices.
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RE[3]: Honk! Honk!
by cyclops on Mon 6th Aug 2007 20:17 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Honk! Honk!"
cyclops
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2006-03-12

"Tivo: Hacked.
iPhone: Hacked."


Wouldn't it make more sense to support a license that allows you to do what you want it to do, rather than rely on anonymous programmers elsewhere.

I would actually suggest purchasing a device that supports this kind of interaction.

Like I say you should read the Linus stuff...about things he doesn't care about hardware companies do with *his* kernel.

He suggests adding gunk to the top of chips as reasonable to stop people using their four freedoms.

Edited 2007-08-06 20:20

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