More heavyweights join mobile Linux group

Posted by Sander_Marechal on Feb 12, 2008 3:03 PM EDT
ZDNet News; By David Meyer
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Orange and Access have become the latest companies to join the LiMo Foundation, a consortium aimed at promoting mobile Linux. The companies announced their LiMo memberships here on Monday at the Mobile World Congress. Both companies come bearing gifts. The European operator Orange plans to launch a "fully open, Linux-powered handset" in partnership with Access and fellow LiMo member Samsung Electronics. Japanese Linux company Access brings with it an established developer network that was acquired when it bought PalmSource and its Palm OS (which became Garnet) in 2005.

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