This Seattle Times article
describes another amusing Linux-powered gadget.
"Dan Shapiro, the company's lead program manager, who during his time at
Microsoft worked on Windows XP and its still-developing successor, code-named
Longhorn, said every feature was developed to appeal to teens.
The phone, which at its heart is a computer running on the Linux operating
system, resembles a kidney bean because that shape allowed the teens to more
readily grip the phone with four fingers, while text messaging with their
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