Analysts said Qualcomm's support of Linux represents a broader acceptance of open-source technologies. Indeed, Linux has moved from computer servers to digital video recorders to wristwatches and now to cell phones. Motorola has already launched a Linux-based phone in Asia and has plans to roll out a model in the U.S. sometime next year. NEC and Nokia also support Linux.More info at MacNewsWorld
Qualcomm to launch cell phone chip with Linux support
Posted on Saturday, May 07 2005 @ 23:45 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Qualcomm's next-generation MSM6550 cell phone chips will feature support for Linux.