CNET News: Linux Gets a Phone Call from Openwave
Nov 07, 2003, 02:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Ben Charny)
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"Openwave Systems said Thursday that its browser and e-mail
software for cell phones is now compatible with Linux, which
strengthens a Motorola-led push to use the open-source operating
system in mobile phones.
"Several major handset manufacturers have expressed an interest
in the Linux-compatible version of Openwave's Phone Suite software,
but Brian Dally, director of client software product management,
said he could not disclose the companies' identities..."