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Open-source browser targets Linux gadgets

Aug 1, 2007 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — 2 views

A software development firm in Montpellier, France recently released a new open-source browser intended for use in consumer device applications. Pleyo's “Origyn Web Browser” (OWB) is based on the open-source WebKit Web browser engine, and targets mobile phones, PMPs, PVRs, GPS gadgets, and more.

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In a whitepaper published here at LinuxDevices, Pleyo CTO Jean-Charles Verdie introduces OWB, briefly describes its architecture, explains how developers can get involved in the project, and shows off some screenshots, including one of OWB running on the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet.

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Introducing OWB, an open-source browser for consumer devices

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