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Trolltech's Greenphone Reviewed

Dec 05, 2006, 03:15 (0 Talkback[s])


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All About Linux: Trolltech's Qtopia Greenphone

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"We are moving towards an era where the line demarcating a computer and the rest of the electronic devices is at best getting hazy. Take the mobile phones for instance... Now a days, the sheer power and the number of features available in some models of mobile phones rivals those found in a low end PC. Electronic devices are fast morphing into gadgets which are many things for different people..."

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Linux.com: Trolltech's Greenphone: A Reasonable First Effort

"Linux users have been salivating over Trolltech's promised Greenphone for the better part of a year. The 'open' Linux phone platform, powered by Trolltech's Qtopia 4 embedded software stack, is bundled with a Qtopia software development kit (SDK) designed to kick-start mobile Linux application development. The first batch of devices has now shipped, and I spent a couple of weeks with a review unit. While it's an interesting package, it's only a first step and in no way a finished product.

"The SDK consists of the Greenphone hardware device, a CD containing development tools, and some printed documentation..."

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