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Nokia 770 Tablet PC

Nokia have released the 770 Tablet PC, which is based on Linux and has built-in Bluetooth and Wireless capabilities. As it's running BlueZ, I though we should have a go at porting some of our tools. They have a dedicated developer platform called Maemo, which is based on the Scratchox ARM cross compiler. Maemo initiated an open-source developer program which allowed developers to get devices at a discount. I got mine last week and have started porting. All resulting ports will be published on the Maemo Application Catalog WIKI. So far I've done HeloMoto, BlueZ OBEX tools, cu (part of uucp) and gnokii (command-line only). I've also written a script that automates BlueBug as it's so painful typing in BD_ADDRs on a tablet. Enjoy.

Posted by Adam Laurie on Thu, November 03, 2005 at 11:21 AM | Comments (0)

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