Open Mobile Telephony

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From the Open Moko open mobile telephony platform project:


"Mobile phones are closed environments created with a mobile context in mind. But this concept is limiting; a mobile phone has the potential to be a platform that can do anything that a small computer with broadband access can do. If mobile phones were based on open platforms, they would have the potential to bring computing to people in a ways traditional computers cannot. Mobile phones can become ubiquitous computers." (http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/community/2007-January/001586.html)


See also:

The Open Handset Alliance and its Android project, a 34-company alliance to create an open operating system for mobile phones.


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