PalmSource Moves Forward With Linux
Aug 10, 2005, 12:25 PM by (staff)
PalmSource, developer of the Palm OS, yesterday announced they were teaming up with MontaVista Software to further development of a mobile Linux platform. MontaVista will provide the core for the Linux-based version of the Palm OS that the company has been focusing on. The companies will work together to both develop and market Palm Linux solutions for handset manufacturers. Despite a number of moves such as this partnership and the acquisition of China MobileSoft, PalmSource has yet to demonstrate a Linux-based version of the Palm OS and have not announced a time frame for its launch.
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