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Developer Linux News for Sep 18, 2008

  • Mobile Robot Packs Web-cam, Runs eCos (2008-09-18 19:03:59)
    DeviceGuru: "Get ready for Rovio, a small three-wheeled mobile robot that offers audio/visual telepresence via its built-in wireless web-cam. An onboard webserver enables access from anywhere in the world, according to Wowwee, which plans to ship the product soon."

  • Free Software Shouldn't Mean You Can't Make a Buck (2008-09-18 17:03:59)
    LinuxInsider: "Why does the GNU General Public License have to be the definitive license for Free and Open Source Software? Consider the BSD license type -- a more business-friendly variety that allows for businesses to make a profit while preserving the public interest"

  • The Latest on the Firefox EULA Matter (2008-09-18 14:33:59)
    Groklaw: "So much for all those who thought it was a few extreme zealots making a big fuss over nothing. It was not nothing. They were right. And now Mozilla has acknowledged it, to their credit."

  • Watch Out iPhone; The First Android Phone is Coming Oct 20th (2008-09-18 00:03:59)
    TechTreasures: "After months of speculation, TechCrunch reports that the first Android powered phone, the HTC Dream is set to be released in the US by T-Mobile on October 20th...Android is the open source cell phone operating system that has been developed by Google over the last year or so."