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The LiMo Foundation has released, on schedule, its Linux based platform for mobile devices, along with a set of freely available application programming interfaces, and has signed up Texas Instruments as a new core member.

Google hopes its Android cellphone operating system will strengthen its position in the mobile Internet world, but Yahoo! combined with Windows mobile would present a formidable challenge.
Published in Cornered!
Google and Japan's largest cellular network operator, NTT DoCoMo, have announced a wide-ranging partnership that includes "studying the possibility of bringing Android handsets to Japan," but the deal comes only weeks after DoCoMo announced that it would back Linux-based software as an open platform for handset manufacturers.
Published in Strategy



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