Volantis just opened up 1.2 million lines of code that could liberate the mobile world.
Lady Gaga achieves liftoff with the Volantis flying dress, a fashion contraption that won't fit through most doors.
Volantis is relying on a community to build out its device support. This is the right model for mobile open source.
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Open source may finally unlock a stifled mobile Internet.
The OpenRemote project just kicked off a central, open-source database for managing home-automation codes.
Mozilla has finally decided to enter the mobile market, and none too soon. With Fennec it offers the world a community-based browser capable of solving device incompatibility, among other things.
Open source will be getting a new crop of CEOs, but will it be getting experience with them?
Symbian is on the wane, and needs to juice up its open-source strategy.
Google has a tightrope to walk between control and community to make Android work, but the industry depends upon it getting this right.