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+ - Is mobile Linux in limbo?

Cajae Worjn writes: Palm admitted recently a Linux-based version of its operating system will not be available until 2008. This is a slip from earlier expectations that the software would be out later this year. in another development, Speaking at the Mobility Summit in London, Andrew Moran, Symbian's head of enterprise business market development said that mobile Linux was "fragmentation city" and "completely unfeasible". Moran claimed it was currently too hard for enterprise users to plan deployment of open source on mobile handsets. "You would have to have a rock-solid business case to do that," he added.

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