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February 4, 2008 by

Mobile development: global, competitive & useful… but how?

With the Mobile World Congress just around the corner, it’s no surprise to see a whole heap of mobile marketing malarkey bubbling up this week. A new name to me was the LiMo Foundation, who, I read, are rolling out a “globally competitive” Linux-based software platform (and publicly available API) for mobile handsets.

February 4, 2008 by

LiMo's Linux mobile device platform on tap

The LiMo Foundation said the first release of its Linux-based platform for mobile devices is on track for March delivery.LiMo, a consortium of mobile industry players including Motorola, NEC, NTT DoCoMo, Panasonic, Samsung Electronics and Vodafone, added that its handset software and its application programming interface (API) specs will also be delivered in March.

September 28, 2007 by

Skype dev plans: GUI-less Skype for Linux and more

Last night at the Skype Developer Open House in San Jose, Skype presented the public roadmap for its API (Application Programming Interface) which outlines plans for a Web service API for Skype and the open sourcing of Skype4Com.To end users, probably the most interesting development is a planned functionality that will allow Skype for Linux users to bypass the current login dialog (user ID and password).

June 11, 2007 by

Mobile Linux gets kiss of life

The LiPS (Linux Phone Standards) Forum is releasing its first API set for applications on Linux mobiles today. Just as a reminder, the LiPS Forum includes such luminaries as France Telecom, Texas Instruments, ARM and Freescale, while rival organisation the LiMo (Linux Mobile) Foundation includes Vodafone, Motorola, Samsung and Panasonic...

December 15, 2006 by

Microsoft stranglehold on disabled market is broken

IBM has donated IAccessibility2, an API for giving the blind full access in Linux and Open Office, to the Free Standards Group. This is a big win for both abled and disabled users. Blind folks can now get the savings of open source, and a major impediment to government mandates of open source has been cleared.


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