Motorola Opens Up To Open Source Community
May 15, 2006, 12:11 PM by (staff)
Motorola today officially launched their open source software site, which will host a variety of projects the company is working or has worked on. Motorola has released the kernel to the A1200 Ming and A760 Tai Chi devices, which are based on Linux. Motorola has opened up drivers as well as their new MIDP 3 Java engine. Motorola is hoping that by making their MIDP 3 engine and test cases available, it will convince manufacturers to unify their Java implementations, and ease the strain on developers. Nokia, which is using Linux in their 770 tablet, also works with the open source community in a similar manner.
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