"A little digging will pull up some good online information. Doc
Searls, Senior Editor at the Linux Journal, does a list each year.
This year's version covers 35 different devices. There is also some
specific information around product announcements that (may or may
not) include Linux, like Palm's new WebOS reported by Ars Technica
and others. But that's the point exactly. Linux is now so widely
deployed and ubiquitious as a technology choice for running devices
and powering applications, it's now not even news. It's in
practically "everything else" other than servers." I am at a loss to understand how keeping "Linux Inside" a big
secret is something to be happy about--ed.
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