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Without much fanfare, the Samsung i800 was canned at the tail end of last month. When asked why, Orange simply noted that it was pulled in order to \"prepare a more competitive Linux mobile.\" A recent writeup at Ostatic takes a hard look at whether this simple withdrawal is really a sign of things to

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Without much fanfare, the Samsung i800 was canned at the tail end of last month. When asked why, Orange simply noted that it was pulled in order to \"prepare a more competitive Linux mobile.\" A recent writeup at Ostatic takes a hard look at whether this simple withdrawal is really a sign of things to

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Yes, the name \"PalmSource\" is going away; of course, we all knew that PalmSource's days as a corporate identity were numbered when Japan's ACCESS scooped up the former Palm subsidiary last year, so let us concentrate not on the death of one logo, but on the birth of another. Simultaneous with the re

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