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Realease 10-inch tablet runs on Linux

05/28/2010, Realease (no, that is not a typo) has rolled out a new 10″ tablet device which runs on the Linux operating system, with a choice of Freescale i.MX37 (ARM11) and i.MX51 (ARM Cortex A8) processors within. With an open source operating system, you can...

Google turns My Tracks GPS Android app open source

05/24/2010, Google took the open source route with the My Tracks GPS Android app which is capable of letting folks record where they have been in the past, where such journeys will be logged into Google Docs, followed by the ability to post their trip maps online. It...

Google Announces WebM Video Format At Google I/O

05/19/2010, When Google purchased a company called On2 a while back, many folks expected the search engine giant to open-source the VP8 video codec that came bundled with the company. Seems like those predictions were true, as Google has announced its new format...

Symbian to go open source

02/04/2010, Symbian has finally made the plunge to the world of open source, where folks will be able to download their code without forking out a single cent. This is really interesting, as it would be the rough equivalent (at least for the world of cellphones) of...

EtherPad Returns And Will Be Open-Sourced

12/06/2009, We were certainly sad at the news that EtherPad would be closing down its service following Google’s takeover of the company. Fortunately it seems that the furor behind the whole issue seems to have brought about a change of heart. In a new blog...