__/ [ asj ] on Saturday 29 April 2006 06:49 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> Linux Jumps into Mobiles
> old news. there even was a Linux PDA from Sharp for awhile there.
> motorola has had success using linux phones in Asia, i believe.
> guess what? you ain't gonna find .NET (Mono) on these - Java ME all the
I wasn't arguing this was new, but the [News] tag, as well as the article's
(in the site) title, seems to suggest so.
I never knew the Zaurus was based on Java ME in one way or another. To add to
your list: Palm and Nokia work with Linux as well. There are several more
players, but they are generally smaller and they will not flaunt their use
of GNU/Linux. Much like Google, they hide their competitive advantage.
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