The Register: Motorola Picks Linux for Phone of the Future
Sep 02, 2003, 19:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The fact that Motorola is selling its stake in Symbian (the
corporation) doesn't mean that Motorola is stopping selling Symbian
(the software) in its phones.
"But it does mean that Motorola thinks the future in phone
software is elsewhere. Linux, to be precise.
"The company will be carrying on with its licensing of Symbian,
with a Symbian-based 3G phone, the A920, shipping in the next weeks
into the UK. But the Chinese Government's focus is on Linux, and
they expect to see Linux as the operating system in