LiMo Platform The LiMo is another mobile Linux platform aimed primarily at handsets. It’s development and maintenance is spear-headed by the LiMo Foundation. It’s stated goal is “to create an open, Linux-based software platform for use by the whole global industry to produce mobile devices through a balanced and transparent contribution process enabling a rich ecosystem of differentiated products, applications, and services from device manufacturers, operators, ISVs and integrators.”

Like the Android platform, it currently has a number of handsets in the market place.

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