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> First reviews of the Cosmo Communicator are now here
Posted by Varti - 10-6-19 07:15 - 0 comments
Following the recent Indiegogo update by Planet Computers announcing the production of the first batch of the Cosmo Communicator, the first reviews of the device have started to appear. Others, more in-depth ones will likely follow.

https://bigtechquestion.com/2019/10/03/revi...nicator-review/

https://jmcomms.com/2019/10/04/hands-on-wit...impression=true

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/10/04/pl...droid_or_linux/

Thanks to AGdesigns-NL, and maki.jouni for the heads up! If anyone finds any new review, fell free to share it here.

Varti
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> [SOLVED] OESF SSL certificates now expired
Posted by Varti - 06-17-19 00:04 - 1 comments
Hi,

as you have noticed, the forum's SSL certificates have now expired and the forum is being probably blocked by your browser or antivirus program. I'm now getting in touch with our hosting provider, hoping that they'll fix this issue ASAP. In the meanwhile please disregard any security warning on this site until the issue will be sorted out, and sorry for any inconvenience.

Varti and the OESF team.
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> First samples of the Cosmo Communicator produced and tested
Posted by Varti - 05-27-19 02:11 - 0 comments
The Week 29 Update of the Cosmo Communicator has been published:

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/cosmo-co...tor#/updates/17

Four T0 samples of the Cosmo has been now produced and tested on the field, for tweaks that will be included in the next PR1 (production run). The first VoLTE call has been done on the Cosmo. Two videos have been released, demonstrating the Home screen GUI and the external cover display application. An order for the first mass production of the Cosmo Communicator has been also placed.

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Varti
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> Planet Computers announces the Cosmo Communicator
Posted by Varti - 11-5-18 01:56 - 14 comments
A new clamshell device has been announced by Planet Computers: the Cosmo Communicator, which can be already funded from its new Indiegogo page:

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/cosmo-communicator#/

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Compared to the Gemini PDA, this new device has a number of improvements over its predecessor, including:

- An external colour touch screen for call control and notification
- An external 24MP camera by default, with zoom and flash capabilities
- 6GB of RAM instead of 4, and a larger, 128GB internal memory storage
- The keyboard is now backlit
- NFC and a fingerprint sensor are integrated
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As of now, they have already reached $94,782 out of the $200,000 funding goal.

Varti
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> Planet Computers announces Gemini PDA to run Sailfish OS
Posted by Varti - 06-26-18 03:19 - 0 comments
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"CommunicAsia, 26th June 2018: Planet Computers today announces the Gemini PDA will feature Sailfish OS mobile operating system, developed by Finnish mobile company Jolla.

The long-standing partnership between the two companies means Sailfish 3 – the third generation of the open-source mobile operating system, based on the Linux kernel – is to be made available on the Gemini PDA.

The Gemini PDA is a quad-boot mobile device, capable of booting into Android OS as well as a number of Linux distributions – including Sailfish OS.

Sailfish X, the downloadable and official version of the OS, will be available in late 2018 and will feature a suite of advanced functions including: over-the-air (OTA) updates; Jolla Store access; end-user support; and crucially for Gemini users, full support for landscape user-interface (UI), encrypted user data and communications, Android app support and a refreshed user interface, with improvements like redesigned email.

In the meantime, Sailfish for Gemini Community Edition – a community supported version based on Sailfish OS 2.0 – is free and available to download now: http://support.planetcom.co.uk/index.php/SailfishOS

Gemini PDA is being showcased at CommunicAsia 2018 – Marina Bay Sands, Level 5, Stand 5L4-10."

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/gemini-p...--2#/updates/59

Varti
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> Jolla announces Sailfish 3, Planet Computers announces partnership with Jolla to bring Sailfish OS to Gemini PDA
Posted by Varti - 02-26-18 05:34 - 10 comments
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During the ongoing Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Jolla has announced the release of Sailfish 3, ” the third generation of its independent mobile operating system, along with new device support for Sony’s Xperia™ XA2, the Gemini PDA, and INOI tablets.”

Press release available here: https://jolla.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/0...INAL.pdf?x54860

A press release announcing the partnership between Planet Computers and Jolla has been released, too:
https://jolla.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/0...ters.pdf?x39789

Varti
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> New Planet's support page and developer forum opened
Posted by Varti - 02-19-18 18:16 - 0 comments
Planet Computers have published a new update about the status of the Linux support on the Gemini PDA. Among other news, they have announced the opening of two new websites:

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- a Support site, which will host the various Linux distros, the partition tool plus official information regarding Gemini support, tutorials, tips and other software downloads:
http://support.planetcom.co.uk

- a Developer's forum, to simplify the coordination of new and already existing projects:
http://developer.planetcom.co.uk/

Update #49:
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/gemini-p...374#/updates/49

Varti
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> Server outage, forum now back online - EDIT
Posted by Varti - 02-15-18 05:24 - 13 comments
Hi,

as you probably noticed, the forum was offline for the past ~18 hours. This outage was due to a problem on the hosting side, and it has affected other sites on the same server too. We are still waiting for a statement from our hosting provider explaining the reason for the outage, but at least the forum is back online. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused, and thanks for your patience.

EDIT: Unfortunately it seems I spoke too soon: some pages still show an error when they are opened, and they are successfully opened only after 3-4 attempts. According to a post by one of the hosting provider's admin, the problem seems to be caused by recent Google Warnings about malware on some of the sites hosted by them, and by the software they are deploying in order to improve the security.

I can assure you that OESF is malware free: we have registered it on the Google Search Console a year ago, and it currently reports that no malware can be found here. I often check the Security status there to verify that no malware has been installed in the meanwhile.

The situation is anyway getting better, and I hope that soon we won't have any more problems. As before, thanks for your patience.

Varti
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