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New: DIY Linux Cellphone Components

Rac3r5 (804639) writes | more than 7 years ago

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Rac3r5 writes "I came across this news release via: Linux Devices. "Portola Valley, Calif., July 10, 2007 — Gumstix, Inc, today announced its integrated, open source cellular communications platform: the Goliath(TM)[PDF] line of expansion boards. The Goliath-vx board provides GPRS/EDGE function while the Goliath-GPS-vx board combines GPRS/EDGE and GPS. Each Goliath board attaches to a gumstix(TM) motherboard (verdex only) using a 60-pin connector and includes audio, LCD, touch screen, USB host, 3D-accelerometer, and battery management. General availability is planned for late July and the company will begin taking pre-orders at gumstix.com starting on 16 July."

I have been interested in designing my own cell phone for a while now and this seems like an interesting opportunity. Do any /.'ers know of any online DIY club that is working on designing their own cell phone? This seems like a good combination for OpenMoko"

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