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Linux Goes Mobile With New LiMo Handsets

With these seven new devices added to its roster, the open source mobility consortium, the LiMo Foundation is hoping to take Linux mobile to a whole new level and rival Google Android and the Symbian Foundation.

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On Monday, the LiMo Foundation, an open source mobility consortium driving to break down the boundaries of mobile computing using a Linux-based operating system, added seven new devices to its roster, bringing the total number of LiMo-based devices to 21. Along with more devices, LiMo also added 11 new partners to its consortium -- Cellon, Esmertec, Freescale Semiconductor, Longcheer Holdings, MIZI Research, Movial, PacketVideo, SK Innoace, Telecom Italia, VirtualLogix and ZTE -- bringing the total number of mobility and technology partners pushing for a mobile Linux world to 52.

Here are the recent Linux handset additions to the world of LiMo as the foundation looks to rival Google Android and its Open Handset Alliance and Nokia's Symbian Foundation for open source mobile dominance.

 
 
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