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Wednesday, May 11, 2005

3G mobiles switch on to Linux

Mobile phone maker Qualcomm has revealed that it will add Linux support to its Mobile Station Modem chipsets, giving the open source operating system on the handset a further push.
Qualcomm Supports Linux on Next-Gen Mobile Phone Chips
Qualcomm plans to support Linux in its next-generation mobile phone chips in a move that will allow handset manufacturers to design new high-end 3G devices using the open-source platform and the CDMA digital wireless technology it created.



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Qualcomm Supports Linux on NextGen 3G Mobile Phones
3G Mobiles Switch on to Linux

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