Independent manufacturer of smartphones that are as ethical as possible, with fair wages and working conditions all the way down the supply chain. The phones are modular so users can replace or upgrade parts themselves.
European company selling de-Googlised Android smartphones. The phones themselves are made by established manufacturers such as Fairphone and Samsung, and can be refurbished models if you want to reduce the impact on the environment (or if you just want a cheaper phone).
The E Foundation develops and maintains a free open source privacy-friendly de-Googled version of Android, which you can either install yourself on your existing phone or buy pre-installed on a new phone. They sell pre-installed phones through the Murena brand, all of which are manufactured by established companies like Fairphone, Samsung etc.
Develops and promotes FOSS applications and open source hardware for professional filmmaking. One of their flagship products is the Axiom range of open hardware high end film cameras, produced in association with Magic Lantern (the makers of unofficial Canon firmware).
Sells laptops and desktops with Linux preinstalled, based in Germany but they ship internationally. You can customise the hardware (including custom keyboards) and they offer a variety of different Linux distros. They can also provide Windows/Linux dual boot systems if needed.
Open source hardware manufacturer based in the United States, making components, boards, accessories etc for computing and electronics projects. Certified as a minority and women owned business enterprise.
Grassroots initiative to help people fix electrical, electronic and other devices instead of throwing them away. The project helps organise Restart Parties all around the world, where volunteers show how to fix broken gadgets and machines.