AllLinuxDevices: Korean Firm Develops First Linux-Based Mobile PhoneNov 30, 2000, 19:21 (0 Talkback[s])
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"A Korean venture firm has developed the world's first Linux-based mobile phone, which includes several multimedia functions."
"Palm Palm Technology Wednesday unveiled the smart phone to be used with third generation (3G) mobile service at SK Telecom's demonstration of core IMT-2000 technologies."
"Adopting Bluetooth short-range wireless communication technology, it will also allow users to enjoy multi-player network games."
"The phone runs on Palm Palm's Linux-based operating system called Tynux, which it developed in June."