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Another Linux Mobile Knitting Circle

Discussion in 'News' started by Mr.Cheeks, Jun 16, 2006.

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  1. Mr.Cheeks

    Mr.Cheeks 1st ever Gold Member! Gold Member


    Another Linux Mobile Knitting Circle

    If you follow the tech industry at all, you're familiar with the practice of foundation formation. That's when a group of companies agrees to meet, greet, have coffee, maybe a little nosh, and, oh yeah, come up with some standards for future devices -- maybe even write a little software together.

    One of the latest knitting circles is devoted to developing Linux for mobile devices, especially phones. The group includes some heavyweights like Motorola(NYSE: MOT), Vodafone(NYSE: VOD), and NTT DoCoMo(NYSE: DCM), as well as Asian powerhouses like NEC and Samsung.....

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      Thanks for the link Cheek!

      Interesting that Linux are still having problems with their communication interface for mobiles. I guess MS have won the round there with Motorola. It's a shame I am sure it would of given MS a run for their money.


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