- An operating system for mobile devices that includes middleware and key applications. It uses a monolithic (modified) Linux kernel. Supported platforms include: ARM, MIPS, Power Architecture, and x86.
- A non-profit, industry consortium dedicated to creating the first truly open, hardware-independent, Linux-based operating system for mobile devices.
- A not-for-profit organization delivering free and validated Linux kernel and tools that focuses on providing a common software foundation to the embedded industry. Its chief goal is to reduce the time that it takes to bring a new ARM-powered product to market with Linux. The group's members include ARM, IBM, Freescale, TI, Ericsson, Samsung, and Canonical.
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- A community-driven hosting site for projects related to mobile Linux applications and systems. Due to trademark disputes and other problems in 2006, some of the projects, including GPE Palmtop Environment (GPE), formerly hosted on handhelds.org, can now be found here.
- Qi's mission is to promote and encourage the development of copyleft hardware. A recent project is the Ben Nanonote, a Linux-powered notebook.