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>> | resounding success people like the
>>> | functionality, the open source nature of
>>> | its OS, the memory, the possibilities for
>>> | development, and the little features on it.
>>> | Techradar disagreed with Nokia on one
>>> | thing: they don believe that the Nokia
>>> | N900 is a computer. Instead, they said,
>>> | t a smartphone and a very good one at
>>> | that.In addition, they were also>>>> | impressed with the overall performance of>>>> | the OS.>>>> | >>>> | Similarly, T3 were highly impressed with>>>> | the overall functionality of the Nokia>>>> | N900, saying it was etter than any Nokia>>>> | handset wee seen in along time.>>
>> | They added: n terms of browsing and shee>>
>> | multitasking capability, it also superio>>
>> | to other smartphone rivals.gt;>
> Thats why a lot of phone developer dummies with competi>g
> OSes were moaning Linux was not ready for the smart phone>?
> Whenever someone moans Linux is not ready for>x
> and repeats it like it was their mantra for t>e
> day, it means it is ready and you are missing t>e
> boat if you didn't check on it.
Speaking of x, Maemo can do SSH with x forwarding (both directions), AFAIK.
It's like a second computer. You can probably run your desktop applications
remotely from your phone.
~~ Best of wishes
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