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On the same day that Palm names Wind River Systems as its preferred Linux provider, Motorola has gone and unveiled a new mobile Linux platform of its own. The \"next-generation\" MOTOMAGX package is supposed to \"lay the foundation to deliver new levels of openness, flexibility, and support for third-p

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August 7, 2007 at 3:54PM
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On the same day that Palm names Wind River Systems as its preferred Linux provider, Motorola has gone and unveiled a new mobile Linux platform of its own. The \"next-generation\" MOTOMAGX package is supposed to \"lay the foundation to deliver new levels of openness, flexibility, and support for third-p

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Oh fun, we finally got to fool around with a fresh n' new Motorola RAZR 2 V8 on our own time. (The last time we caught one was at its launch -- we were a little rushed and had a severe lack of decent lighting.) Unfortunately, Moto's only JUIX device-equipped RAZR 2 is the 3G-free V8 (the V9 has HSD

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Sure, the ROKR E1 musicphone never quite lived up to the hype. Not by a long shot. Still, don't count Moto out of the musicphone game just yet. Mobile Burn got their hands on the followup ROKR E2 and come away \"really happy\" from the review. For starters, this \"solidly built\" tri-band GSM / EDGE ca

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