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April 7, 2009, 9:07 am — By

OpenMoko FreeRunner is one of the most famous open source initiatives in the mobile industry and it turns out that the Linux-based device was recently discontinued, in order to promote a second handset, known as “Plan B”. Unless you’re already an Android fan, there’s room for more open source and...

January 15, 2009, 7:21 am — By

Open source is surely a phenomenon that will grow during the economic depression, due to its lack of fees and the popularity of free software. Neo1973, the first OpenMoko mobile phone was recently approved by FCC, so that means we’ll be seeing First International Computer’s device in the US quite soon. Neo1973...

November 6, 2008, 7:07 am — By

A couple of days ago we found out that Android will also hit an OpenMoko device and in case you’re not familiar with this name, it’s the first open source phone we’re talking about. Although the handset is not good looking at all, this is a promising initiative, specially if it uses and develops the Android...

October 30, 2008, 10:55 am — By

OpenMoko surprises everyone with another open source initiative, this time an Android compatible device that will be released in November. The handset is known, for now as “GTA02” and its design reminds us of the Neo FreeRunner. GTA02 features a 2.8 inch screen (640 x 480 resolution), WiFi, accelerometer, a...