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The WikiReader by Openmoko is a palm-sized electronic encyclopedia containing more than 3 million English-language Wikipedia articles.
Openmoko demonstrated its open-source Neo FreeRunner tri-band GSM device that comes in 850/1800/1900 and 900/1800/1900 variants.
STMicroelectronics (NYSE:STM) one of the world's leading semiconductor companies and the number one supplier of MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems) motion-sensing chips for consumer and portable applications, has announced that its LIS302DL 3-axis accelerometer is being used by Openmoko, Inc to provide motion-sensing functions in Openmoko's Neo Freerunner LINUX- based mobile open platform.
STMicroelectronics (NYSE:STM), one of the world's leading semiconductor companies and the number one supplier of MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems) motion-sensing chips for consumer and portable applications, has announced that its LIS302DL 3-axis accelerometer is being used by Openmoko, Inc to provide motion-sensing functions in Openmoko's Neo Freerunner LINUX-based mobile open platform.
Thanks to the efforts of Tom Bachmann, an Openmoko community developer, each and every eBook from Project Gutenberg, from the Bible to Walden has been converted and compressed so users can download the entire Project Gutenberg library onto a 4GB microSD card and slip it into the 4" x 4" 4 ounce WikiReader device for reading anytime anywhere without a need for Internet connection.
Openmoko, developer of the first open mobile computing platform has opened its online store for purchase of the Openmoko Neo FreeRunner, a mobile device that the company said will help to enable ubiquitous computing for the 21st century.
Teleca has a proven track record in Open Source Software (OSS) for the mobile world and has worked on a wide range of platforms including Android, Maemo, LiMo, OpenMoko, Symbian Foundation.
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- WikiReader by Openmoko, the popular palm-sized electronic encyclopedia containing more than 3 million English language Wikipedia articles is now more universal than ever.
The $99 handheld device developed by Openmoko contains nearly all the text and hyperlinks of the Wikipedia, a dynamic and ever-changing collection of more than 3 million articles of the world's knowledge.
Imagine replacing many pounds of heavy printed travel guides with a lightweight device that provides a wealth of information not only about the place a traveler is visiting, but countless links to topics related to a destination, its people, its culture, personalities, arts, politics and history," said Openmoko CEO, Sean Moss-Pultz.
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Openmoko (Om) today announced the Spring 2010 update for WikiReader, the popular palm-sized electronic encyclopedia that displays the more than three million searchable English Wikipedia articles.
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Openmoko will introduce their English-Spanish WikiReader as the first of a number of editions planned for the popular palm-sized electronic encyclopedia device at the Lunch at Piero's press and innovator event during CES 2010 in Las Vegas this week.