"We had a feeling this might be a big year more for non-desktop
Linux, particularly for mobile and embedded uses of the open source
OS. This week's deal by Finnish giant Nokia to pay more than $400m
for total ownership of Symbian so it can open the OS has stoked the
red hot mobile Linux and open source coals, just in time for summer
"Our Mobility Research Director Tony Rizzo says the move may
help Symbian stay in the game, but he still sees challenges in
shedding the 'Nokia's OS' label..."
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