Not really. Actually it’s a freetard device called the tuxphone. See here. As David Berlind and Stephen J. Vaughan-Nichols point out, when you can harness the creativity of people from all around the world, when you can put all these eyeballs on a problem, you just make progress at such an incredible speed and you get really the most amazing design possible. Who on earth would buy an iPhone if they could get one of these for free, and hack it any way they wanted? Man, we are so screwed. There’s no way the proprietary model can keep up. Much love to Karl for sending this in.