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The Google Phone (Nexus One) is Finally Here

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Can Nexus One Rally Future Linux Phones to Challenge the iPhone?

steamingopencup.blogspot: Google has definitely raised the bar for future Linux phones with their newly launched smartphone. It's now up to other Linux-powered smartphone innovators to live up to the challenge.

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Why Nexus One is bad for Linux

blog.internetnews.com: With all the hype surrounding the launch of Google's Nexus one 'super phone' yesterday was one of the biggest Linux phone releases ever - or was it?

Can applications written for Android run on other Linux based phones in a similar way to how an LSB (Linux Standards Base) application can (potentially) run across any Linux distribution?

Android is about Google. It's an operating system that has its own app marketplace for Google operating system users.

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