"The coolest thing about mobile Linux is that hey, it's
basically Linux. Developers used to Linux will find themselves at
home with mobile Linux (especially if targeting x86). And, familiar
Linux apps can probably run fine on a mobile Linux system, too.
"Linux's scalability from "devices-to-desktops" contrasts with
other popular mobile platforms:
* Microsoft Windows CE (now officially "Embedded Compact") is an
RTOS (real-time OS) fundamentally different than Microsoft Windows.
That goes for CE derivatives, too, like Windows Mobile and
NavReady. Microsoft does use Windows in a few device products, like
its POSReady stack for ATM machines and cash registers. But for the
most part, Microsoft's OS strategy is split between separate mobile
and sessile OSes. Could that hurt them, as devices and PCs