__/ [ Da'Punk-A ] on Wednesday 10 May 2006 07:35 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> Motorola to demo Linux at telecom industry show
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>> | Motorola will demonstrate communications servers based on Linux and
>> | other open standards at the GlobalComm trade show, June 4-8 in Chicago.
>> | Faster ATCA switch fabrics and MicroTCA products will help drive
>> | adoption of modular, COTS (commercial off-the-shelf), open-standards
>> | based systems into data plane and edge applications, Motorola says.
> Moto have been pretty cool with using Linux, slowly but surely.
> Released a couple of Linux smartphones a while back (the A780 I think,
> plus another one). And there's some Chinese smartphones coming out with
> a Linux stack.
> Windows phones are on their way out, in my NSHO
while on the subject, I came across the following after I had posted the
Motorola consolidates developer resources
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| On Monday, consumer electronics giant Motorola announced the re-launch of
| its Web-based developer resources, consolidating several existing
| programs and new material into one location, dubbing it MOTODEV. The new
| site hosts white papers, technical specifications, and software
| development kits for a variety of Motorola products, including
| its Linux-based cell phones.
Thumbs up to Motorola. Their phone is no longer the thinnest though...
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| Samsung today unveiled what it claims is the thinnest mobile phone yet
| made and said it pans plans to ship the skinny device in China and
| Europe later this month. At 6.9mm, the phone is even skinnier than
| Motorola's 11.5mm SLVR.