Linux Mobile Rivals Unite Against Android, Symbian

June 27, 2008

Two Linux mobile groups will be joining forces, as the Linux Phone Standards (LiPS) as well as the Linux Mobile Foundation (LiMo) are now one.  This comes as they face increased competition from Android and Symbian..Washington (ChattahBox) – Two Linux mobile groups will be joining forces, as the Linux Phone Standards (LiPS) as well as the Linux Mobile Foundation (LiMo) are now one. This comes as they face increased competition from Android and Symbian.

LiPS has announced that they will be rolling everything into a united LiMo in order to build up a better base for a superior Linux mobile OS..

It may be needed as well with the increased competition from Google Android, and Nokia’s Symbian.

LiPS Forum president Haila Wang put out a statement saying “LiPS Forum is proud of our standardization efforts, development activities and other achievements of the last three years. Our membership agrees that LiPS’s greatest impact can be realized by adding our members’ expertise and resources to LiMo Foundation. Together, the member companies can better strive for a unified and ubiquitous Linux-based mobile platform.”


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