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