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  • Micket
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    How scaleable are these anyway? We got a decent set of platforms now, but they are all tailored towards super high end phones. This typically means, huge form factor, really bad battery time, and super slow startup time, and an annoying touchscreen.

    I'm still looking to pick up simplistic phones, but i wouldn't mind beeing able to wrap up a custom program, and some freedom on how it displays and works.
    There doesn't seem to be anything like that, such phones i like use custom operating systems.

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  • curaga
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    Wow, that was fast. Can't wait for the Phoronix review.

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  • rohcQaH
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    oh, it'll need SSSE3, so it's pretty much Intel only. No sense in testing on an AMD CPU then

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  • rohcQaH
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    cool.

    I doubt it'll work, but I'll see if it can be run on VirtualBox.

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    started a topic Intel, Nokia's MeeGo Linux Hits Version 1.0

    Intel, Nokia's MeeGo Linux Hits Version 1.0

    Phoronix: Intel, Nokia's MeeGo Linux Hits Version 1.0

    Back in February, the Moblin and Maemo projects from Intel and Nokia, respectively, made love and out came MeeGo. The two industry players had joined forces to come up with what they feel is the best Linux platform for mobile devices ranging from netbooks to in-vehicle information systems. Version 1.0 of the MeeGo Core Software Platform has been released today...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=ODI5MA
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