OpenMoko

Openmoko opens architecture up further

Open source mobile phone firm Openmoko has upped its game by publishing the schematics for its Neo devices in a bid to open the platform up yet further. The company has already made the CAD files for its products available under a Creative Commons license so product designers can alter the look and feel of […]

Openmoko FreeRunner ready for July 4 fireworks

Mobile Linux and open device builder Openmoko has confirmed that it will start selling the Neo FreeRunner touchscreen device on July 4, Independence Day for our US cousins. On Wednesday, the device manufacturer said it will open on online store on July 4, and will start shipping the device to customers from July 7. The […]

Openmoko announces distributors for Freerunner

Open source mobile phone developer, Openmoko, has revealed the first five distributors that will be selling the consumer version of the Linux-based touchscreen Openmoko device, the Neo Freerunner. On Wednesday, Openmoko said it has begun shipping the Freerunner to Pulster, Golden Delicious Computers and TRIsoft located in Germany, Bearstech in France and IDA Systems based […]

OpenMoko FreeRunner to arrive early July

The consumer version of the Linux-based touchscreen OpenMoko device will be available in early July, telecoms.com has learned. OpenMoko, a subsidiary of Taiwanese manufacturer, First International Computer, unveiled its mass market gadget, the FreeRunner, earlier this year. Based on the Neo 1973, which proved so popular with the open source development community it sold out, […]

OpenMoko unveils FreeRunner Linux phone

Open source mobile phone outfit OpenMoko, which has been cooking a Linux-based touchscreen device for well over a year now, has finally unveiled its mass market gadget, the FreeRunner. Based on the Neo 1973, which proved immensely popular with the open source development community when it was launched in late 2006, the FreeRunner rolls all […]

OpenMoko promises open devices

A bunch of open source proponents brought the General Public Licence (GPL) ethos to the mobile platform on Tuesday, pitching a community driven effort to create an open platform that allows people to customise their phone any way they see fit. The brainchild of open Linux proponent Sean Moss-Pultz and backed by Taiwanese motherboard and […]

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