Subject: Re: Anyone know of a free software business list?
From: Russ Nelson <>
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2006 01:02:10 -0400

Jamie Lokier writes:
 > Ironically, that ties into this thread.  A fine portable device
 > running Linux can be a very open platform.  As soon as you add a
 > mobile phone transceiver, various kinds of software protection are
 > seemingly required to make sure you can't reprogram the mobile
 > networking stack.

That's why Nokia has done it the right way.  They let you access the
web either through wifi or through a bluetooth connection to a phone.
Because the bluetooth API is controlled, they can feel confident of
the security of their phone.

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