[News] [Linux] Linux Phones Heading Toward Unification, Standardisation

Open spec aims to unify Linux phone stacks

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| After nineteen months of work, the Linux Phone Standards (LiPS) 
| Forum has started publishing its first open, royalty-free 
| specification, aimed at reducing fragmentation among Linux 
| implementations for mobile phones. 


Feature: 5 Cool Linux-Powered Phones 

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| We have seen the future of cell phones, and it?s Linux. These 
| five phones bring the flexibility of Linux to the portable world.


The showcase:


Huge number of Linux phones. Nobody can deny that.


Linux grabs 30% of China's fast-growing smartphone market

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| China consumed 15 million smartphones in 2006, up from 10 million
| units in 2005, resulting in more than doubling of smartphone
| revenues, according to Chinese market research firm CCID Consulting
| Company. Symbian controlled 63.2 percent of the market, followed by
| Linux (30.3 percent) and Windows Mobile (5.4 percent). 


Intel chief sings iPhone's praises

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| Apple's iPhone is forcing a new wave of mobile device innovation
| and validates the superiority of Unix-like systems on mobile devices
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| over Windows, claimed Intel chief executive Paul Otellini.
| ^^^^^^^^^^^^


FEATURE: Mobile Linux: Why it will become the dominant mobile OS

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| I see the mobile Linux wave out in the ocean and am sounding the
| alarm--the mobile Linux tide is rising. Be prepared.


Linux expected to be leading Smartphone OS market by 2010

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| I just came across this research by Diffusion Group, which found
| that Linux is set to become the leading Smartphone OS by 2010.

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