Press Coverage

From Openmoko

Revision as of 09:54, 15 January 2009 by Chelsea (Talk | contribs)

Jump to: navigation, search

Contents

Openmoko, Freerunner and Neo1973 on google trends - ranked by: Openmoko, Freerunner

This site contains the press coverage about Openmoko and the Neo 1973 sorted by language and date. Newest on top. See also FreeRunner:_Selected_Blogs_and_Articles for reviews by bloggers.

Languages

=== English ===*Current search for news:**http://news.google.com/news?q=openmoko+phone**http://news.google.com/news?q=free-runner+phone==== January 2009 ====* "Social electronics," open source, and Linux smartphones==== December 2008 ====* Gizmodo Android-Powered Openmoko FreeRunner Spotted ==== September 2008 ====* Techtree Techtree review of Freerunner Detailed review of the Freerunner* ars technica OpenMoko CEO: Embrace fragmentation, diversity is a strength* PC World OpenMoko Users Open up About Their Phones==== August 2008 ====* Slashdot Canadian Firms Get Behind OpenMoko/FreeRunner* BetaNews Openmoko to publish 'open' phone recipes, after dealing with NDAs* The Register Openmoko to reveal Linux phone's inner workings* BusinessWire Openmoko Declares Another Freedom: Publishes Schematics for Neo Phones* Manufacturing Businesss Technology Openmoko Declares Another Freedom: Publishes Schematics for Neo Phones; Openmoko Shows Beauty Is More Than Skin Deep* LinuxDevices.com Open phone hardware vendor frees schematics* New York Times Applications Spur Carriers to Relax Grip on Cellphones==== July 2008 ====* MarketWatch LinuxWorld Conference & Expo 2008 Kicks off Next Week in San Francisco* Wired: First Openmoko Custom Phone Now Available and Wears a Debian Plaid Kilt* CNET: Free Software Foundation hates the iPhone, proposes ugly alternative* PC World (Australia): FreeRunner Linux phone sells out, more on the way* Slashdot: First North American Openmoko/FreeRunners Arrive* LinuxInsider: Linux Edges One Step Closer to Total World Domination* LinuxDevices.com: First look at Openmoko software* The InformationWeek: When is a phone not a phone* The New York Times:  An Open-Source Cellphone (Tinkerers, Have a Ball) * Ars Technica: First Look: Openmoko's Linux-based open smartphone platform* Gearlog: Openmoko Releases Open Source Neo FreeRunner Phone* PC Magazine: Report: Openmoko Open-Source Phone Goes Live July 4* Information Week: Openmoko In The U.S. -- And Maybe In My Hands, Too* The Channel Wire: Openmoko Celebrates July 4 With Linux-Based Smart Phone* tmcnet.com: Openmoko Declares Independence for the Mobile Phone: Neo FreeRunner Hits Market* The Tech Herald: Openmoko’s Neo FreeRunner delivers open-source mobile communication* ABC Channel 7: New phones offer ultimate customization Please click on 2 of 2, then play the video.* FT.com: FreeRunner no longer has a free run at open source* Location News: Openmoko’s New Smartphone: the Neo FreeRunner* WIRED Blog Network: Openmoko Neo FreeRunner on Sale July 4* geek.com: Openmoko to launch Neo FreeRunner July 4th* linuxdevices: It's a Yankee Doodle Linux Phone* BusinessWire: Openmoko Declares Independence for the Mobile Phone: Neo FreeRunner to Hit the Market July 4==== June 2008 ====* Ars Technica: Openmoko FreeRunner Linux phone to launch on July 4* The Register: Openmoko to release Linux handset tomorrow* Kernel Trap: openmoko-announce: Let us impact the material world* LinuxDevices.com: Open source phone goes mass-market* BusinessWire: Openmoko Signs Five Distributors for FreeRunner Open Source Mobile Phone* Mobile Gazette: Openmoko Neo FreeRunner* ars technica: Linux phones get boost with Openmoko distribution agreement* SEECS Open Mobile Group: The True Open Phone Platform==== May 2008 ====*arstechnica.com, May 22, 2008, Openmoko Linux mobile phone ditches GTK+, gets Qt and E17.*wordpress.com, May 19, 2008 , Openmoko “April Software Update” (ASU) and Qtopia.==== March 2008 ====* Jack Kapica's Cyberia: Linux Goes Walkabout (in Globe and Mail Online)- overview, also covers the CAD file release and notes that FreeRunner will put downward pressure on fees the Carriers charge consumers.==== February 2008 ====* Ars Technica at SCALE: Interview with Carsten Haitzler* SCALE Conference: Interview with Michael Shiloh==== January 2008 ====* Linux Devices: User-modifiable Linux phone upgraded* ACIA 19th Jan 2008: The making of an open phone*reuters.com, Jan 14, 2008, Openmoko Signs Deal With German Distributor Pulster.==== December 2007 ====* The Information Week: Can Openmoko's Open Source Handset Compete With Android?* DigiTimes: Freeing your phone: Q&A with Sean Moss-Pultz, president of Openmoko Part I (cache) Part II* The Linux Link Tech Show: Interview with Michael Shiloh, Openmoko Developer Relations Manager. Audio Files:[1][2]==== October 2007 ====* Trolltech axes the Greenphone and recommends the Neo1973 device* Wired preview called A First Tussle With Linux's iPhone Killer: The Openmoko Neo1973* Dash and Openmoko Tim O'Reilly comments on Dash, the connected GPS and notes that it is based on the Openmoko software stack and derived from the Neo1973 hardware.* Why Wireless Carriers Cripple Your Cell Phone on Wired Test reports what we already know, that wireless carriers put more priority into protecting their "antediluvian business" model than into innovation. Of the Openmoko project it carries few details, but says "That's pretty cool"* Ten Questions for Sean Moss-Pultz, Program Manager of Openmoko==== September 2007 ====* ABC News Building A Cell Phone From Scratch (avi)* phoronix.com Openmoko Schedule Revised, For X-Mas* tectonic.co.za Linux picks up pace on cellphones==== August 2007 ====* LWN A first look at the Openmoko Neo 1973* roughlydrafted.com Apple iPhone vs the FIC Neo1973 Openmoko Linux Smartphone* Macworld Portrait of a Linux iPhone-killer wannabe* Phoronix Google Using Openmoko For gPhone?==== July 2007 ====* PCWorld Insider Info on the First Fully Open-Source Cell Phone* Wired Blog Hands On with Openmoko: An early look at the hardware and software.* Economist.com Hello world: Avoiding punitive roaming charges abroad* linuxdevices.com iPhone-like Linux phone ready for hackers* heise.de "Free your phone": The Openmoko Project's Linux Smartphone now available* zdnet.com Can Openmoko break the wireless monopoly?* Slashdot Open Source Linux Phone Goes On Sale* engadget.com Openmoko Neo 1973 and Advanced dev kit finally for sale* Globe and Mail, Toronto The Next Big Thing? (good overview; some favorable comparisons with iPhone).* arstechnica.com Developer models of Openmoko open-source smartphone released* boingboing (Cory Doctorow) Openmoko: Linux-based $300 open smartphone* channelweb.co.uk / CRN Openmoko preps first open source mobile* MAKE: blogged about it.* The Register Is your phone free?* The Inquirer Linux phone goes on sale==== June 2007 ====* Secret Diary of Steve Jobs Freetards are trying to make an iPhone clone* eweek.com Openmoko: An iPhone Alternative for Developers? * linuxdevices.com iPhone-like Linux phone delayed* IT Week "Openmoko preps first open source mobile" Confuses Phase 1 and Phase 2 features.* vnunet.com First open source mobile phone* TechEBlog.com A brief line-up of the 5 coolest Linux-powered phones.* Tectonic.co.za Open source phone plans September launch* hothardware.com Openmoko* Texyt.com $350 open Linux mobile phone on target for September launch==== May 2007 ====* blogs.SUN.com "FIC and Openmoko - Thank You" Mentions the FIC phone used in the exciting JavaFX Mobile announcement, and says that "in most cases the Neo 1973 phone performed better" than other handsets.* PikeSoft.com JavaFX Mobile:  a new smartphone OS contender* SFGate.com Here comes the Sun Conference* LinuxDevices.com Sun beams Linux/Java at mobile phones==== April 2007 ====* Palm Infocenter Openmoko running on a palm TX* JaidevInfo Openmoko* Wirelessweek.com Democracy Hits the Mobile Phone* Edublogs.org Technologies is that a word? * Linuxdevices.com 200 million Linux phones to ship by 2012* Ars Technica Palm embracing Linux in the hopes of being relevant again] (Mentions Neo1973 in passing)==== March 2007 ====* smartdevicecentral.com Openmoko's open source phone* zdnet asia Passing mention in an article on the Iphone.* wikio.com Sean Moss-Pultz News* edparsons.com iPhone chipping away at the walls* blogs.pcworld.co.nz Openmoko makes total sense* totalueberwachung.de Neo1973 arrived* makuchaku.info I'm gonna get this one* kitenet.net Openmoko and n800* dominion.kabel.utwente.nl The Neo1973 unboxed* atulchitnis.net An Openmoko Phone arrives* blog.matthewgast.com Good luck Openmoko* vaandoo.blogspot.com Openmoko Neo1973 opensource software* linuxdevices.com Openmoko update; Neo1973 on sale in March* ministryoftech.com Brief line-up of the 5 hottest phones for Linux fans* voxilla.com Article about ETel Sean Moss-Pultz presentation* blog.wired.com Gadget Lab: Eight Great Linux Smartphones* gigaom.com Openmoko Open-Source Mobile, coming soon - Interview with Sean Moss-Pultz* www.oreillynet.com ETel coverage* gordoncook.net Short history of Neo1973 and other stuff* engadget.com Openmoko details pricing, availability for Neo1973* www.uberpulse.com Some images from ETel==== February 2007 ====* scullen.ca Forget about the iPone, Neo1973 is far more exciting* mobileread.com Show post* pdasnews.com Linux-powered iPhone killer available online in March* belutz.net Openmoko* mail-archive.com Openmoko community mail archive* maclife.com Is there a crowd in the touch screen phone arena* gopaultech.com FIC Neo1973 Linux smartphone* volweb.cz Open-source smartphone, with WiFi in version 2* oreillynet.com ETel coverage Openmoko opens* mobilewhack.com Openmoko Neo1973 open source phone* engadget.com What tech would the presidents rock in 2007* tuxmachines.org What participation culture* vanille-media.de Opensource Openmoko* joetech.com Openmoko open source cell phone* makezine.com Openmoko open* linuxdevices.com Announce of the Openembedded booth at FOSDEM in Brussels.* linuxdevices.com Quick interview with Sean and some pictures* gizmodo.com Photos and comments on hardware and software* onecompare.com Short news article* crunchgear.com Holding the phone upside down* slashgear.com Video interview and many pictures* djlosch.com Article comparing the Neo to the iPhone and A1200* popsci.typepad.com Screenshot of Linux booting on the Neo* video.google.com Presentation of Openmoko at the FOSDEM* manilastandardtoday.com Tale of two phones* blog.printf.net OLPC and older Neo1973.* mako.cc OLPC and older Neo1973 again.* MacLife Is Three a Crowd among Touch-Screen Phones?* Linux Journal A White Box Phone==== January 2007 ====* blogs.ft.com Openmoko harks back to hello moto* opensource.sfsu.edu Can you hear me now?* losca.blogspot.com Maemo Nokia n800 has competitor in openness - Openmoko* 21talks.net Openmoko: Not as sexy as the iPhone, but it’s a Linux phone* linuxinfusion.com Openmoko schedule announced* users.livjournal.com The Worlds First Opensource Linux Smartphone* nungee.com Openmoko* sda-asia.com Openmoko Offers Open-source Smart phone T* regdeveloper.co.uk Open Phone* product-reviews.net FIC Neo1973 smartphone open source phone* gizmodo.com Openmoko smartphone did they have a time machine or what* oreillynet.com Openmoko workshop added to ETel* gadgetell.com Openmoko gets interviewed about new open source FIC Neo1973* slashgear.com Openmoko interface I'm loving it* gadgetorama.com Openmoko news details* tech.cybernetnews.com Openmoko vs iPhone did Apple copy* techtrails.blogspot.com Open phones with Openmoko while* bloger.xs4all.nl Openmoko open source mobile phone* ringnokia.com I'm highly curious* oreillynet.com iClone* forums.scotsnewsletter.com Show topic* understandinglimited.com iPhone and Openmoko* robertogaloppini.net Openmoko the intergrated OS mobile communications platform* funambol.com Apple please do not forget developers* chopey.blogspot.com iPhone or not to iPhone* opendotdotdot.blogspot.com Openmoko* e-pcmag.gr Show topic* costpernews.com Anything you can do we can do better* tectonic.co.za iPhone vs Openmoko - the Open Alternative* lwn.net An Openmoko update* networkworld.com Q&A Building a new open source phone platform* networkcomputing.com Startup Promises First Linux Smartphone Based On Open Standards* osweekly.com Mobile Devices Adopt Open Source* linuxdevices.com Linux phone market open up?* pcmag.com Cell phone open up* sonyericssonz558i.blogurple.com Sony Ericsson Z558i* sannes.org An Open mobile phone that does what you want* Popsci.com Open Source Strikes Again* Gizmodo.com Openmoko interface compared to iPhone* Linux Journal Doc Searls in the feb 2007 issue* OSDir.com Mobile Linux for the Mobile Fan] -> MadPenguin Mobile Linux for the Mobile Fan* US News A Populist Challenge to Apple's iPhone* tectonic.co.za iPhone vs Openmoko: The open alternative* InformationWeek Startup Promises First Linux Smartphone Based On Open Standards* The Register Open Phones with Open Moko* The Tech Report Openmoko offers open-source smart phone* Financial Times Openmoko harks back to Hello Moto* Slashdot Openmoko Schedule Announced* Youtube Interview with Sean Moss-Pultz (mirror in Ogg format)* Libervis.com Forget iPhone, hail Openmoko, the true revolution* GizmodoiPhone vs. Openmoko Neo1973] (please, don't mind the typo i n the title)==== December 2006 ====* pikesoft.com Cheap, totally open Linux phone will ship next month* cdrinfo.com FIC to release Linux based Smartphone==== November 2006 ====* ministryoftech.com FIC Neo1973 smartphone with linux-based Openmoko open source platform* mobiletechnews.com Openmoko Linux mobile platform and Neo1973 smartphone announced* news.softpedia.com FIC Neo1973 for all the Linux lovers out there* openembedded.org Openmoko FIC choosing openembedded* news.com.com FIC's Linux handset* slashphone.com Openmoko Announces Open Source Mobile Communications Platform * arm.com Open Linux Based, ARM Powered Mobile In Wings* news.com.tw Second open Linux handset unveiled* infoworld.com FIC debuts open Linux-based smartphone * michaeldolan.com A must have: Openmoko cell phone with GPS and...apt-get* nandz.blogspot.com My dream phone* linuxdevices.com Cheap, hackable Linux smartphone due soon* linuxdevices.com First OpenmoKo phone taps dual-licensed SyncML stack* lwn.net The Openmoko open phone* theinquirer.net A truly open Linux phone with GPS debuts

German

November

September

August 2007

  • golem.de - Neues GUI für Open-Source-Handy Neo1973
  • heise mobil - Offene Smartphone-Plattform mit neuem Look

July 2007

  • Kurier - Handy Individuell
  • futurezone.ORF.at - Anti-iPhone geht an den Start
  • zdnet.de - Open-Source-Iphone wird mit Hackertools ausgeliefert
  • heise.de - "Free your phone": Linux-Smartphone des Openmoko-Projekts verfügbar
  • spiegel.de - Linux statt iPhone: Freiheit fürs Handy

June 2007

  • golem.de - Linux-Smartphone Openmoko ab Juli 2007 zu haben
  • heise.de - Offenes Linux-Smartphone Neo 1973 macht Fortschritte
  • winfuture.de - Open-Source-Handy Neo1973 ab Juli bzw. Oktober
  • pro-linux.de - Openmoko wird zum Unternehmen
  • the inquirer - Das erste OpenMOKO kommt

April 2007

  • pro-linux - Openmoko produziert erste Muster
  • golem.de - Open-Source-Handy vor Produktionsbeginn

March 2007

February 2007

November 2006

  • golem.de - Openmoko kündigt Open-Source-Handy an
  • heise online - Smartphone mit offener Linux-Plattform
  • pro-linux - Offenes Linux-Smartphone »Openmoko« für Januar 2007 angekündigt

Scandinavian

French

  • LinuxFR Openmoko : sortie en janvier d'un téléphone-GPS enfin libre!

Russia

Chinese

Polish

May 2007

  • Gazeta Studencka (Students Newspaper) "Cellphones of all shapes, unite!" - Openmoko overview by Krzysztof Kajkowski, "free software" not mentioned in the text.

Japanese


Italian

July 2007


Dutch

September 2008

Artikel in Linux Magazine. File:Linux magazine dutch 200809.pdf

September 2007

July 2007

  • techzine.nl Opensource OS voor telefoons geïntroduceerd
  • tweakers.net Open Linux-smartphone in de verkoop
  • opensourcenieuws.nl Openmoko platform en de Openmoko Neo1973 gelanceerd.
  • [4] FIC Linux Openmoko Smartphone: zoals jij wilt!

March 2007

  • bits-chips.nlOpen-source-ontwikkelaars snakken naar open mobieltje.

February 2007

November 2006

Personal tools

Contents

Openmoko, Freerunner and Neo1973 on google trends - ranked by: Openmoko, Freerunner

This site contains the press coverage about Openmoko and the Neo 1973 sorted by language and date. Newest on top. See also FreeRunner:_Selected_Blogs_and_Articles for reviews by bloggers.

Languages

=== English ===*Current search for news:**http://news.google.com/news?q=openmoko+phone**http://news.google.com/news?q=free-runner+phone==== January 2009 ====* "Social electronics," open source, and Linux smartphones==== December 2008 ====* Gizmodo Android-Powered Openmoko FreeRunner Spotted ==== September 2008 ====* Techtree Techtree review of Freerunner Detailed review of the Freerunner* ars technica OpenMoko CEO: Embrace fragmentation, diversity is a strength* PC World OpenMoko Users Open up About Their Phones==== August 2008 ====* Slashdot Canadian Firms Get Behind OpenMoko/FreeRunner* BetaNews Openmoko to publish 'open' phone recipes, after dealing with NDAs* The Register Openmoko to reveal Linux phone's inner workings* BusinessWire Openmoko Declares Another Freedom: Publishes Schematics for Neo Phones* Manufacturing Businesss Technology Openmoko Declares Another Freedom: Publishes Schematics for Neo Phones; Openmoko Shows Beauty Is More Than Skin Deep* LinuxDevices.com Open phone hardware vendor frees schematics* New York Times Applications Spur Carriers to Relax Grip on Cellphones==== July 2008 ====* MarketWatch LinuxWorld Conference & Expo 2008 Kicks off Next Week in San Francisco* Wired: First Openmoko Custom Phone Now Available and Wears a Debian Plaid Kilt* CNET: Free Software Foundation hates the iPhone, proposes ugly alternative* PC World (Australia): FreeRunner Linux phone sells out, more on the way* Slashdot: First North American Openmoko/FreeRunners Arrive* LinuxInsider: Linux Edges One Step Closer to Total World Domination* LinuxDevices.com: First look at Openmoko software* The InformationWeek: When is a phone not a phone* The New York Times:  An Open-Source Cellphone (Tinkerers, Have a Ball) * Ars Technica: First Look: Openmoko's Linux-based open smartphone platform* Gearlog: Openmoko Releases Open Source Neo FreeRunner Phone* PC Magazine: Report: Openmoko Open-Source Phone Goes Live July 4* Information Week: Openmoko In The U.S. -- And Maybe In My Hands, Too* The Channel Wire: Openmoko Celebrates July 4 With Linux-Based Smart Phone* tmcnet.com: Openmoko Declares Independence for the Mobile Phone: Neo FreeRunner Hits Market* The Tech Herald: Openmoko’s Neo FreeRunner delivers open-source mobile communication* ABC Channel 7: New phones offer ultimate customization Please click on 2 of 2, then play the video.* FT.com: FreeRunner no longer has a free run at open source* Location News: Openmoko’s New Smartphone: the Neo FreeRunner* WIRED Blog Network: Openmoko Neo FreeRunner on Sale July 4* geek.com: Openmoko to launch Neo FreeRunner July 4th* linuxdevices: It's a Yankee Doodle Linux Phone* BusinessWire: Openmoko Declares Independence for the Mobile Phone: Neo FreeRunner to Hit the Market July 4==== June 2008 ====* Ars Technica: Openmoko FreeRunner Linux phone to launch on July 4* The Register: Openmoko to release Linux handset tomorrow* Kernel Trap: openmoko-announce: Let us impact the material world* LinuxDevices.com: Open source phone goes mass-market* BusinessWire: Openmoko Signs Five Distributors for FreeRunner Open Source Mobile Phone* Mobile Gazette: Openmoko Neo FreeRunner* ars technica: Linux phones get boost with Openmoko distribution agreement* SEECS Open Mobile Group: The True Open Phone Platform==== May 2008 ====*arstechnica.com, May 22, 2008, Openmoko Linux mobile phone ditches GTK+, gets Qt and E17.*wordpress.com, May 19, 2008 , Openmoko “April Software Update” (ASU) and Qtopia.==== March 2008 ====* Jack Kapica's Cyberia: Linux Goes Walkabout (in Globe and Mail Online)- overview, also covers the CAD file release and notes that FreeRunner will put downward pressure on fees the Carriers charge consumers.==== February 2008 ====* Ars Technica at SCALE: Interview with Carsten Haitzler* SCALE Conference: Interview with Michael Shiloh==== January 2008 ====* Linux Devices: User-modifiable Linux phone upgraded* ACIA 19th Jan 2008: The making of an open phone*reuters.com, Jan 14, 2008, Openmoko Signs Deal With German Distributor Pulster.==== December 2007 ====* The Information Week: Can Openmoko's Open Source Handset Compete With Android?* DigiTimes: Freeing your phone: Q&A with Sean Moss-Pultz, president of Openmoko Part I (cache) Part II* The Linux Link Tech Show: Interview with Michael Shiloh, Openmoko Developer Relations Manager. Audio Files:[1][2]==== October 2007 ====* Trolltech axes the Greenphone and recommends the Neo1973 device* Wired preview called A First Tussle With Linux's iPhone Killer: The Openmoko Neo1973* Dash and Openmoko Tim O'Reilly comments on Dash, the connected GPS and notes that it is based on the Openmoko software stack and derived from the Neo1973 hardware.* Why Wireless Carriers Cripple Your Cell Phone on Wired Test reports what we already know, that wireless carriers put more priority into protecting their "antediluvian business" model than into innovation. Of the Openmoko project it carries few details, but says "That's pretty cool"* Ten Questions for Sean Moss-Pultz, Program Manager of Openmoko==== September 2007 ====* ABC News Building A Cell Phone From Scratch (avi)* phoronix.com Openmoko Schedule Revised, For X-Mas* tectonic.co.za Linux picks up pace on cellphones==== August 2007 ====* LWN A first look at the Openmoko Neo 1973* roughlydrafted.com Apple iPhone vs the FIC Neo1973 Openmoko Linux Smartphone* Macworld Portrait of a Linux iPhone-killer wannabe* Phoronix Google Using Openmoko For gPhone?==== July 2007 ====* PCWorld Insider Info on the First Fully Open-Source Cell Phone* Wired Blog Hands On with Openmoko: An early look at the hardware and software.* Economist.com Hello world: Avoiding punitive roaming charges abroad* linuxdevices.com iPhone-like Linux phone ready for hackers* heise.de "Free your phone": The Openmoko Project's Linux Smartphone now available* zdnet.com Can Openmoko break the wireless monopoly?* Slashdot Open Source Linux Phone Goes On Sale* engadget.com Openmoko Neo 1973 and Advanced dev kit finally for sale* Globe and Mail, Toronto The Next Big Thing? (good overview; some favorable comparisons with iPhone).* arstechnica.com Developer models of Openmoko open-source smartphone released* boingboing (Cory Doctorow) Openmoko: Linux-based $300 open smartphone* channelweb.co.uk / CRN Openmoko preps first open source mobile* MAKE: blogged about it.* The Register Is your phone free?* The Inquirer Linux phone goes on sale==== June 2007 ====* Secret Diary of Steve Jobs Freetards are trying to make an iPhone clone* eweek.com Openmoko: An iPhone Alternative for Developers? * linuxdevices.com iPhone-like Linux phone delayed* IT Week "Openmoko preps first open source mobile" Confuses Phase 1 and Phase 2 features.* vnunet.com First open source mobile phone* TechEBlog.com A brief line-up of the 5 coolest Linux-powered phones.* Tectonic.co.za Open source phone plans September launch* hothardware.com Openmoko* Texyt.com $350 open Linux mobile phone on target for September launch==== May 2007 ====* blogs.SUN.com "FIC and Openmoko - Thank You" Mentions the FIC phone used in the exciting JavaFX Mobile announcement, and says that "in most cases the Neo 1973 phone performed better" than other handsets.* PikeSoft.com JavaFX Mobile:  a new smartphone OS contender* SFGate.com Here comes the Sun Conference* LinuxDevices.com Sun beams Linux/Java at mobile phones==== April 2007 ====* Palm Infocenter Openmoko running on a palm TX* JaidevInfo Openmoko* Wirelessweek.com Democracy Hits the Mobile Phone* Edublogs.org Technologies is that a word? * Linuxdevices.com 200 million Linux phones to ship by 2012* Ars Technica Palm embracing Linux in the hopes of being relevant again] (Mentions Neo1973 in passing)==== March 2007 ====* smartdevicecentral.com Openmoko's open source phone* zdnet asia Passing mention in an article on the Iphone.* wikio.com Sean Moss-Pultz News* edparsons.com iPhone chipping away at the walls* blogs.pcworld.co.nz Openmoko makes total sense* totalueberwachung.de Neo1973 arrived* makuchaku.info I'm gonna get this one* kitenet.net Openmoko and n800* dominion.kabel.utwente.nl The Neo1973 unboxed* atulchitnis.net An Openmoko Phone arrives* blog.matthewgast.com Good luck Openmoko* vaandoo.blogspot.com Openmoko Neo1973 opensource software* linuxdevices.com Openmoko update; Neo1973 on sale in March* ministryoftech.com Brief line-up of the 5 hottest phones for Linux fans* voxilla.com Article about ETel Sean Moss-Pultz presentation* blog.wired.com Gadget Lab: Eight Great Linux Smartphones* gigaom.com Openmoko Open-Source Mobile, coming soon - Interview with Sean Moss-Pultz* www.oreillynet.com ETel coverage* gordoncook.net Short history of Neo1973 and other stuff* engadget.com Openmoko details pricing, availability for Neo1973* www.uberpulse.com Some images from ETel==== February 2007 ====* scullen.ca Forget about the iPone, Neo1973 is far more exciting* mobileread.com Show post* pdasnews.com Linux-powered iPhone killer available online in March* belutz.net Openmoko* mail-archive.com Openmoko community mail archive* maclife.com Is there a crowd in the touch screen phone arena* gopaultech.com FIC Neo1973 Linux smartphone* volweb.cz Open-source smartphone, with WiFi in version 2* oreillynet.com ETel coverage Openmoko opens* mobilewhack.com Openmoko Neo1973 open source phone* engadget.com What tech would the presidents rock in 2007* tuxmachines.org What participation culture* vanille-media.de Opensource Openmoko* joetech.com Openmoko open source cell phone* makezine.com Openmoko open* linuxdevices.com Announce of the Openembedded booth at FOSDEM in Brussels.* linuxdevices.com Quick interview with Sean and some pictures* gizmodo.com Photos and comments on hardware and software* onecompare.com Short news article* crunchgear.com Holding the phone upside down* slashgear.com Video interview and many pictures* djlosch.com Article comparing the Neo to the iPhone and A1200* popsci.typepad.com Screenshot of Linux booting on the Neo* video.google.com Presentation of Openmoko at the FOSDEM* manilastandardtoday.com Tale of two phones* blog.printf.net OLPC and older Neo1973.* mako.cc OLPC and older Neo1973 again.* MacLife Is Three a Crowd among Touch-Screen Phones?* Linux Journal A White Box Phone==== January 2007 ====* blogs.ft.com Openmoko harks back to hello moto* opensource.sfsu.edu Can you hear me now?* losca.blogspot.com Maemo Nokia n800 has competitor in openness - Openmoko* 21talks.net Openmoko: Not as sexy as the iPhone, but it’s a Linux phone* linuxinfusion.com Openmoko schedule announced* users.livjournal.com The Worlds First Opensource Linux Smartphone* nungee.com Openmoko* sda-asia.com Openmoko Offers Open-source Smart phone T* regdeveloper.co.uk Open Phone* product-reviews.net FIC Neo1973 smartphone open source phone* gizmodo.com Openmoko smartphone did they have a time machine or what* oreillynet.com Openmoko workshop added to ETel* gadgetell.com Openmoko gets interviewed about new open source FIC Neo1973* slashgear.com Openmoko interface I'm loving it* gadgetorama.com Openmoko news details* tech.cybernetnews.com Openmoko vs iPhone did Apple copy* techtrails.blogspot.com Open phones with Openmoko while* bloger.xs4all.nl Openmoko open source mobile phone* ringnokia.com I'm highly curious* oreillynet.com iClone* forums.scotsnewsletter.com Show topic* understandinglimited.com iPhone and Openmoko* robertogaloppini.net Openmoko the intergrated OS mobile communications platform* funambol.com Apple please do not forget developers* chopey.blogspot.com iPhone or not to iPhone* opendotdotdot.blogspot.com Openmoko* e-pcmag.gr Show topic* costpernews.com Anything you can do we can do better* tectonic.co.za iPhone vs Openmoko - the Open Alternative* lwn.net An Openmoko update* networkworld.com Q&A Building a new open source phone platform* networkcomputing.com Startup Promises First Linux Smartphone Based On Open Standards* osweekly.com Mobile Devices Adopt Open Source* linuxdevices.com Linux phone market open up?* pcmag.com Cell phone open up* sonyericssonz558i.blogurple.com Sony Ericsson Z558i* sannes.org An Open mobile phone that does what you want* Popsci.com Open Source Strikes Again* Gizmodo.com Openmoko interface compared to iPhone* Linux Journal Doc Searls in the feb 2007 issue* OSDir.com Mobile Linux for the Mobile Fan] -> MadPenguin Mobile Linux for the Mobile Fan* US News A Populist Challenge to Apple's iPhone* tectonic.co.za iPhone vs Openmoko: The open alternative* InformationWeek Startup Promises First Linux Smartphone Based On Open Standards* The Register Open Phones with Open Moko* The Tech Report Openmoko offers open-source smart phone* Financial Times Openmoko harks back to Hello Moto* Slashdot Openmoko Schedule Announced* Youtube Interview with Sean Moss-Pultz (mirror in Ogg format)* Libervis.com Forget iPhone, hail Openmoko, the true revolution* GizmodoiPhone vs. Openmoko Neo1973] (please, don't mind the typo i n the title)==== December 2006 ====* pikesoft.com Cheap, totally open Linux phone will ship next month* cdrinfo.com FIC to release Linux based Smartphone==== November 2006 ====* ministryoftech.com FIC Neo1973 smartphone with linux-based Openmoko open source platform* mobiletechnews.com Openmoko Linux mobile platform and Neo1973 smartphone announced* news.softpedia.com FIC Neo1973 for all the Linux lovers out there* openembedded.org Openmoko FIC choosing openembedded* news.com.com FIC's Linux handset* slashphone.com Openmoko Announces Open Source Mobile Communications Platform * arm.com Open Linux Based, ARM Powered Mobile In Wings* news.com.tw Second open Linux handset unveiled* infoworld.com FIC debuts open Linux-based smartphone * michaeldolan.com A must have: Openmoko cell phone with GPS and...apt-get* nandz.blogspot.com My dream phone* linuxdevices.com Cheap, hackable Linux smartphone due soon* linuxdevices.com First OpenmoKo phone taps dual-licensed SyncML stack* lwn.net The Openmoko open phone* theinquirer.net A truly open Linux phone with GPS debuts

German

November

September

August 2007

  • golem.de - Neues GUI für Open-Source-Handy Neo1973
  • heise mobil - Offene Smartphone-Plattform mit neuem Look

July 2007

  • Kurier - Handy Individuell
  • futurezone.ORF.at - Anti-iPhone geht an den Start
  • zdnet.de - Open-Source-Iphone wird mit Hackertools ausgeliefert
  • heise.de - "Free your phone": Linux-Smartphone des Openmoko-Projekts verfügbar
  • spiegel.de - Linux statt iPhone: Freiheit fürs Handy

June 2007

  • golem.de - Linux-Smartphone Openmoko ab Juli 2007 zu haben
  • heise.de - Offenes Linux-Smartphone Neo 1973 macht Fortschritte
  • winfuture.de - Open-Source-Handy Neo1973 ab Juli bzw. Oktober
  • pro-linux.de - Openmoko wird zum Unternehmen
  • the inquirer - Das erste OpenMOKO kommt

April 2007

  • pro-linux - Openmoko produziert erste Muster
  • golem.de - Open-Source-Handy vor Produktionsbeginn

March 2007

February 2007

November 2006

  • golem.de - Openmoko kündigt Open-Source-Handy an
  • heise online - Smartphone mit offener Linux-Plattform
  • pro-linux - Offenes Linux-Smartphone »Openmoko« für Januar 2007 angekündigt

Scandinavian

French

  • LinuxFR Openmoko : sortie en janvier d'un téléphone-GPS enfin libre!

Russia

Chinese

Polish

May 2007

  • Gazeta Studencka (Students Newspaper) "Cellphones of all shapes, unite!" - Openmoko overview by Krzysztof Kajkowski, "free software" not mentioned in the text.

Japanese


Italian

July 2007


Dutch

September 2008

Artikel in Linux Magazine. File:Linux magazine dutch 200809.pdf

September 2007

July 2007

  • techzine.nl Opensource OS voor telefoons geïntroduceerd
  • tweakers.net Open Linux-smartphone in de verkoop
  • opensourcenieuws.nl Openmoko platform en de Openmoko Neo1973 gelanceerd.
  • [4] FIC Linux Openmoko Smartphone: zoals jij wilt!

March 2007

  • bits-chips.nlOpen-source-ontwikkelaars snakken naar open mobieltje.

February 2007

November 2006