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The Ever-Nimble, Mobile Linux

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I know that not many people ever believed it, but the old complaint about free software never innovating is being disproved magnificently in a whole new field: mobile phones. It's becoming increasing clear that alongside the iPhone, which is still the leader in this sector – at the moment – the other driving force is mobile Linux.

In part, that's down to Google's Android, which is getting some serious love from commentators as new waves of phones with cool features start appearing. But interestingly, it's not *just* Android, nor is it established if rather low-key projects like Limo; here's the daftly-named First Else, running on the Access Linux Platform 3.0, which also sounds pretty slick:

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