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(Re)Announcing the Mobility SIG!

The Fedora Mobility Team is back after ten years of inactivity. Current efforts are focusing on the Pine64 Pinephone. The Fedora Mobility group was announced on October 4th, 2010. Then the initiative kind of died and everyone forgot about it. Kevin Fenzi made this announcement on Friday: I’d like to announce the revival of the

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PinePhonePro with Rockchip RK3399 is coming

PinePhonePro with Rockchip RK3399 is coming

Now everything is clear – PinePhone Pro will be available soon. It’s faster and more efficient than its predecessor, the PinePhone, which Pine64 says will not disappear from the store. A few days ago, Pine64 posted a video that only showed that a new device would probably be coming soon. pic.twitter.com/jHBni6cuvF— PINE64 (@thepine64) October 8,

Extension cases for PinePhone are (almost) ready

Wireless charging and fingerprint reading cases are ready but for PinePhone keyboard we will need to wait a bit more time. Lately, PinePhone keyboard has been through some last minute software changing. Unfortunatly, due to last minute changes made to the firmware, the factory test software (a custom build of postmarketOS by Martijn Braam) no

PineNote: a high-end e-ink device powered by the same SoC as Quartz64

PineNote: a high-end e-ink device powered by the same SoC as Quartz64

Pine64 announced PineNote, a high-end e-ink device powered by the same SoC as Quartz64. PineNote is expected to be available to early adopters later this year for $399. It is enough to look at the specification of the device and the imagination of PineNote reaches much higher than a standard e-book reader. It will be