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Prakash

At the LibreOffice Conference, they announced that they will be releasing versions for Android and iOS.

They also plan to release an online version which you could host on your own as well to offer web based office suite. This would a boon to companies wanting to offer Google Docs but want it hosted in their own private cloud.  They could now host LibreOffice Online.

Expect this to take 12-18 months to release something for end-users. Target date is End 2012 or beginning 2013.

Meanwhile  for Android Users, there are three applications to open ODF files on Android.

OpenOffice Document Reader

ODF Viewer

Mobile Document Viewer

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Prakash

Linus Torvalds has purchased a Google Android based Nexus One cellphone.

But I have to admit, the Nexus One is a winner. I wasn’t enthusiastic about buying a phone on the internet sight unseen, but the day it was reported that it finally had the pinch-to-zoom thing enabled, I decided to take the plunge. I’ve wanted to have a GPS unit for my car anyway, and I thought that google navigation might finally make a phone useful.

Read 10 reasons why eWeek believes that it could affect iPhone Sales.

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