With the iPhone being hailed as the ‘Hacker’s phone’, many enthusiasts are eyeing a much wittier option – open source OpenMoko software run unlocked cellphones. The The Neo1973 is a Linux-run smartphone that is fully supportive to the good old GSM network. Fabricated by First International Computer, Taiwan, it runs on the most up to date open source OpenMoko software. The Neo1973 is an “unlocked” quad-band phone with a 2.8-inch VGA display, a finger-friendly touchscreen ,but without the iPhone’s multitouch function, and 2.5-G GSM/GPRS technology. Powered by a 266-MHz Samsung “system on a chip,” it has GPS, Bluetooth and a MicroSD card slot. This cool gizmo is only available for the developers for around $300.