By Ian Darwin on 2007-05-30 00:21 in Category: java telephony ossI've wrtten here before about Asterisk, the open source PBX telephone system that runs on generic PCs (among other platforms). Now there's an open source cell phone! OpenMoko is the software project (see their wiki page first; the home page is kind of restricted); the hardware is custom-made by FIC. The phone runs Linux, has GSM, GPS, and a nice UI. It will be shipping soon to developers and aims to be on sale in a retail products in September of this year. US$350 gets you an unlocked GSM phone.