While Purism has allegedly finally managed to ship out their developer kits, Necunos will provide you with a thingy they call a smartphone much faster.
In April I wrote down my impressions on the reMarkable Paper Tablet. This is an update to that post.
Yet another post on a device featuring an eInk screen, how likely is that? I honestly don’t know, but this is another post about such a thing.
I have been an avid buyer of the devices US book giant Barnes & Noble has made under the Nook brand since 2012, when I purchased a Nook Simple Touch.
I am late on this one, as I could have written about this way earlier. But I neglected to do so because it seemed to be just another good idea that was not going to work out—neither in the market place, nor technologically.
While the Crowdfunder for the Librem 5 successfully finished, I want to shed some light on possible alternatives to it for people that want to run GNU/Linux on Smartphone hardware. First up: postmarketOS
Purism has now launched their campaign to crowdfund their the Librem 5 smartphone I was writing about recently.
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