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Motorola unveils Linux A760 Smartphone
Posted: 23-Aug-2003 [Source: CNET]

[Motorola's Linux-powered A760 makes its long-awaited debut at the Taipei International Telecommunications & Networking Show beginning Saturday.]

by Matthew Broersma -- "Motorola has launched its first handset powered by Linux, in a move being closely watched by those who foresee a bright future for the open-source operating system on portable devices.

The Schaumburg, Ill.-based company introduced the A760 handset, along with eight other models, on Friday in Taiwan. The launch was timed ahead of the Taipei International Telecommunications & Networking Show, which begins on Saturday.

The A760 is a high-end smart phone that combines a personal information management suite, a video player, a music player and an instant-messaging tool. It will initially be available only in the Asia Pacific region, with European and U.S. release expected later."

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