Motorola still working with LiMo

Motorola's announcement last week that it would simplify its handset lineup in 2009 by dropping its use of the Symbian operating system and its own in-house Java-Linux operating system development to focus on Android and Windows Mobile doesn't mean that the company isn't committed to Linux. 

A Motorola spokeswoman told Unstrung that the firm will have handsets using the Linux operating system from the LiMo Foundation by the end of the year.

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