Linux Mobile Adds Products, Members

Faced with competition from the vastly larger and newly open-sourced Symbian Foundation , the LiMo Foundation -- which promotes Linux as a mobile operating system -- signaled that it's not about to hang up on the market for open source handsets.

The group announced Monday that it has signed 11 new member companies in recent weeks and said that the number of mobile devices running the LiMo OS now totals 21.

"The combination of LiMo's transparent governance model, balanced development model, and extensive mobile industry heritage sets it apart," said Morgan Gillis, the LiMo Foundation's executive director, in a statement...

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— Paul McDougall, InformationWeek

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