Smartphones running Canonical's Linux-based computer operating system Ubuntu will be available to customers beginning in October, earlier than the company had previously expected.
Japanese operator giant NTT DoCoMo signed a memorandum of understanding with mobile software provider Access Co Ltd. and Esteemo (the mobile platform joint venture pairing NEC and Panasonic Mobile
News out of the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in San Francisco: Software developer Access Co. announced the additions of eight new members to the Access Connect Ecosystem partner program,
After announcing in April plans to introduce a Linux-based mobile OS prior to year's end, device maker Palm
Palm embraces Linux--on its own terms Last week Palm
Access, the Japanese firm that acquired PalmSource, was pushing the Access Linux Platform (ALP) pretty hard at 3GSM and announced its first big developer win.
As a free OS, Linux doesn't get much mainstream press. But this belies a steady growth in popularity over the last few years. A
Access, the Japanese company that purchased PalmSource last year, has announced the next generation of the Palm OS. Is it the long-awaited Palm OS 6 (Cobalt)? Well, no. Access has