"The level of hype surrounding Linux as a viable handset
operating system remains a lot higher than what's actually being
done with it, but companies working to take the open-source OS
mobile are getting a little smarter.
"Mobile phones running Linux as their OS continue to represent
just a drop in the ocean of handset sales and models, and whether
the Linux companies are aiming for the wrong segment of the market
or they're banking on developers that aren't really there for
software, things don't look to be changing anytime soon. But Linux
providers are wisening up to the mobile market, and making some
adjustments to their strategies..."
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