LiMo expects major operators to sign on with handsets
May 20, 2010, 18:32 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Wireless Linux group LiMo expects three major operators to
offer handsets using its platform this year, to compete with news
rivals Google and Apple, its executive director said. So far only
Vodafone has launched a model in Europe, using its Linux-based
operating system, while 60 handsets were launched using the
platform, mostly in Japan and South-Korea.
""The first one was Vodafone and three other carriers will
follow this year," Morgan Gillis, executive director at LiMo
foundation, said at the Reuters Global Technology Summit."