Hacking 80’s Gadgets with the Nokia N900: PUSH N900 London Launch

Hacking 80’s Gadgets with the Nokia N900: PUSH N900 London Launch
technology

Yesterday, we were invited to the launch of PUSH N900 at the One Dot Zero event in London, a design, hacking and modding competition organized by Nokia.

Anjali Ramachandran
  • 14 september 2009

This past weekend, we were invited to the launch of PUSH N900 at the One Dot Zero event in London, a design, hacking and modding competition organized by Nokia. The aim is to get creatives, designers, artists and hackers to work their way around the N900 (which is built on the Maemo platform) to connect the instrument to an object they love. Maemo is an open-source Linux-based operating system which is designed to run high-end Nokia mobile computers. The N900-Maemo pairing is the most powerful that Nokia have ever created, and according to them, as far as user interface is concerned, no stone was left unturned to make sure that the relationship between the software and users was as perfectly matched as possible.

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