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LiMo Revs Up for R2 Handset Drive

The LiMo Foundation, a consortium dedicated to creating an open, hardware-independent, Linux-based operating system for mobile devices delivered a one- two- punch to the mobile industry Thursday. First, Morgan Gillis, executive director, announced that consortium members are "moving into full commercialization mode" and all operator members on the LiMo Board have "reaffirmed their intent to bring LiMo R2 devices and associated services to market during 2009/2010." Operators that intend to bring these handsets to market include NTT DoCoMo, Orange, SK Telecom, Telefonica, Verizon Wireless and Vodafone. ...

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Openness, Linux and Mobile Innovation

As the most dynamic and commercial industry on Earth -- which has grown its annual revenues from zero to US$1 trillion in less than 25 years and today manages 4 billion consumer relationships -- mobile has propelled itself forward with a highly discriminating attitude toward openness within device technology. ...

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LiMo Chases Google’s Android

"The LiMo Platform is being readied by mobile leaders working in unison to deliver an open handset platform for use by the whole industry," said Morgan Gillis, executive director of the LiMo Foundation. "The first release of the LiMo Platform combines technologies already extensively market proven within an array of leading handsets. This will enable initial LiMo handsets to register in the marketplace far more rapidly than handsets based on unproven technology."

The Happy Collision of Collaboration and Competition in the Mobile World

Mobile innovation -- not long ago mired in a tangle of "walled-garden" business models, closed networks, proprietary technologies and fierce litigation -- is at last in high gear ...

Verizon Embraces LiMo Foundation’s Brand of Openness

"This latest group of new members demonstrates the rapidly expanding reach of the LiMo ecosystem, and we are very excited by their commitment to further enrich the LiMo Platform and accelerate its adoption within all markets," said Morgan Gillis, the group's executive director...

LiMo Foundation Unleashes Mobile Platform

"With nearly two decades of wireless system experience, TI has a rich heritage of supporting the advancement of embedded and mobile Linux devices," said Executive Director Morgan Gillis TI will take part in developing LiMo's second platform release, R2. It is the first semicon...

LiMo Goes Toe to Toe With Android

"With the lineup of prestigious mobile industry leaders and innovators that now stands behind the platform, LiMo is positioned at the heart of an open mobile ecosystem that will connect developers with mobile consumers across all markets," said Morgan Gillis, executive director of the LiMo Foundation. "LiMo's open approach and broad SDK strategy recognize the diverse strengths and talents of existing open developer communities -- empowering a diverse set of developers to innovate successfully within the mobile communications marketplace."

LiMo Foundation Debuts Android Challenger

"The LiMo Platform is being readied by mobile leaders working in unison to deliver an open handset platform for use by the whole industry," said Morgan Gillis, executive director of the LiMo Foundation. "The first release of the LiMo Platform combines technologies already extensively market proven within an array of leading handsets. This will enable initial LiMo handsets to register in the marketplace far more rapidly than handsets based on unproven technology."

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I’ll Show You My Mobile Linux Platform if You Show Me Yours

When Android was first coming out of its shell, I had a talk with Morgan Gillis, theLiMo Foundation's executive director. He was supportive of the idea but cautious at the same time. He and others in the mobile Linux community were concerned that the end result might be confusion...

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LiMo Foundation Exec Morgan Gillis on Mobile Linux, Android and What Lies Ahead

LinuxInsider recently spoke with Morgan Gillis, executive director of the LiMo Foundation, about mobile Linux, the Google effect and what it will all mean for users LinuxInsider: What spurred the creation of the LiMo Foundation?...

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