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070622_linux_coders_120x90.jpgA LiMo Foundation anunciou o primeiro lançamento de seu telemóvel de plataforma Linux.

The foundation is one of several industry consortia seeking to create a standardized approach to Linux-based handsets. Its main rival at the moment is the Linux Phone Standards Forum, which is focused on creating shared, open specifications. The members of LiMo, by contrast, have taken the approach of creating a shared, open platform upon which they can build proprietary applications. The Lips Forum released its first set of specifications in December of last year.

Another major competitor is the Google-led Open Handset Alliance, although that organization was only formed in November and has yet to make an impact.

On Monday, the LiMo Foundation said it would issue the first release of its platform in March. It also published the application programming interface (API) set for developers in advance of the platform's launch.

mais info: c|net news.com

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a google já esta a desenvolver o Sistema operativo REI para os telemoveis.

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hxxp://code.google.com/android/

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