As they say: "We're a collection of entrepreneurs, engineers and innovators looking to do cool things with mobile platforms. Despite what you might have heard in the media, we're not trying to hack mobile phone networks, displace the network operators or compete toe to toe with the commercial handset manufacturers. If anything, we're just impatient that the industry hasn't caught up with us, and we're inventing our own future."
Rock on. World needs people like that. Some of them already built TuxPhone.
This may seem like a bold statement. Apple's just released iPhone is not only very attractive as we would expect from an Apple product, but includes some impressive features and specifications. It's probably unrealistic to claim that anything currently available on the market competes with this offering. However, is it really a revolution in mobile communication devices?