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  1. Mr_pither's Avatar

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    Google Open Sources Sky Maps, Donates to Carnegie Mellon University for Development

    If it is being open sourced, does that mean other platforms could use it???
    at&t fired up LTE in my area only 1 year later than promised!
  2. azimutha's Avatar

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    If the code is free to use and doesn't violate Microsoft's licensing conditions for apps, why not? However, I'd have to wonder if Google dumped it is it really valuable enough to be considered another man's treasure?

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