Android-Powered OpenMoko FreeRunner Spotted

OpenMoko built the first 100% open-source smartphone—hardware and software both—when Android was but a glimmer in Larry and Sergey's eye. But now, the FreeRunner hardware is officially kissing its open-source cousin OS, Android. » 12/30/08 10:00am 12/30/08 10:00am

T-Mobile's App Program Will Not Include Android, Sidekick at Launch

Last month mocoNews revealed that T-Mobile was gearing up to launch an open app development program » 9/11/08 12:58pm 9/11/08 12:58pm that would be similar to the one created by Apple. Initially, the plan was to have Android and the Sidekick on board, but since then the plans appear to have changed. now reports that T-Mobile reps have informed them…

Full-Screen Multitouch Mac OS X Is Here (But Not from Apple)

Click to viewIt's not from Apple, but it gives a pretty good idea of what to expect from them, especially knowing that only one guy—Christian Moore—got this system running at full speed on a simple Intel-based MacBook. His Lux free open framework enables true multitouch interaction in Mac OS X. In fact, he says it can… » 5/16/08 11:50am 5/16/08 11:50am

OpenMoko Neo Freerunner Pricing Details Surface

The OpenMoko Neo Freerunner has been in the making since before the Jurassic period, but it looks like official word has now been released regarding the final pricing details. The Linux based cellphone will retail at $399 for a single unit and $3690 for a pack containing ten handsets. » 4/12/08 4:00pm 4/12/08 4:00pm

Archos Releases 604, 604 Wi-Fi Firmware Into to Open Source

Thanks to the fact that Archos used GPL and LGPL code in constructing their firmware for the Archos 604 and 604 Wi-Fi devices, they're forced to release just about the source code for said firmware into the public domain. What does this mean to the average Archos 604 user? Not a whole lot, at least right now. The code… » 2/14/07 8:25pm 2/14/07 8:25pm