Openness and Linux unlocking mobile innovation
If you haven’t done so already, check out our Open Source Engineering blog, which covers the use of Linux in embedded applications. The strapline is:
“Observations from the coal face of Open Source Engineering, bringing Linux and GNU software to embedded environments, whether for industrial, automotive or mobile applications.”
The latest addition is a 3-part series, courtesy of Andrew Shikiar, Director of Global Marketing of LiMo Foundation. Check out the three posts:
- PART I: What is “openness” and where does Linux fit into an open mobile landscape?
- PART II: Key requirements for a successful open mobile ecosystem
- PART III: Pulling it all together: Linux as a catalyst for open mobile innovation