<div>I have been very interested in the openmoko development and I see a lot of potential. I was just wondering where the openmoko project is projecting it's self to be in the next 5-10 years. For example will it stick to phones or will it also include PC's? Will it have a server version? I think this could be a real amazing operating system/platform/firmware. You can see Apple and Microsoft jumping all over this 3rd generation UI tools. I think Apple is focusing on the touch and Microsoft on the Voice. I think openmoko is in a unique position to offer both, as I have noticed posts about the sound analyzing also. Wouldn't it be great if you could work on your computer and then on your way home just pick up your neo and start working on it on the bus, train, subway, or when you get home. You could have an openmoko server that your pc connected to, your phone connected to, and you know maybe a future tablet based computer that connected to it. It could manage all your documents. Then you could have a storage space, control backups, data protection, and the list goes on. I wish I knew more about being a developer. I am a student now and am about to start my operating systems class. I hope I will be able to contribute more to the project in the future. I am just wondering what the projects future plans are. Here are some cool links to the touch pad technology. It was a presentation done by Jeff Han and he just finished another one this tuesday I believe but the video is not released yet. Here is the link where you will find the one he did over a year ago. And keep posted for the new one.
<div>It's a cool site any way. Maybe someday openmoko will be presenting there also.</div>