OpenedHand was an embedded Linux start-up that was acquired by Intel in Q3, 2008. The firm developed a OpenEmbedded distribution called Poky Linux and the Clutter library. The latter is heavily used in the customized UIs of Maemo and Moblin, embedded Linux distributions from Nokia and Intel, respectively.
|Aug 6, 2009||The Inquirer.net - Intel acquires Openedhand|
|Sep 1, 2008||Techworld - Intel buys British Linux developer|
|Sep 1, 2008||TechHive - Intel Buys British Linux Developer Opened Hand|
|Sep 1, 2008||Ars Technica - Limited Atom supply shows strong netbook demand|
|Aug 31, 2008||Gigaom - Intel Buys Mobile Linux Developer Opened Hand|
|Aug 30, 2008||The Next Web - The Next Web|
|Aug 29, 2008||CNet - Intel acquires Linux mobile developers for Atom - CNET|
|Aug 29, 2008||ZD Net - Intel acquires Linux mobile developers for Atom|
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