Silicon Valley Watcher: Motorola aggressively adopting mobile linux

August 13th, 2007 |
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Motorola is aggressively adopting mobile linux as the key operating system for its cell phones. It is launching its first North American cell phone with Linux, the new Razr V8. Tom Foremski talks with Christy Wyatt, VP Ecosystem and Market Development at Motorola about the move to Linux and if it has a place in high-end enterprise ready cell phones.

Also: Interviews with Didier Diaz, SVP product strategy at Access, a developer of applications for cell phones; Kim Polese, CEO of SpikeSource on testing opensource application packages.

And Aron Pruiett’s two part report: The New News, a debate about emerging new media outlets from the recent Stanford Summit.

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