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Insider Views on Mobile Linux from Mobile World Congress 2008

BARCELONA, SPAIN, February 13 /PRNewswire/ -- This LiMo Foundation podcast series recorded at GSMA Mobile World Congress 2008 addresses how technology convergence and unification around Mobile Linux are enhancing mobile consumer experiences. LiMo executive director Morgan Gillis, chairperson Kiyohito Nagata of NTT DoCoMo, vice chairperson Guido Arnone of Vodafone and architecture council chair Hankil Yoon of Samsung Electronics are interviewed. Among the topics explored by these industry experts are the evolving business models across the mobile ecosystem, the monetization of the mobile Internet and the state of open-source development within mobile.

BARCELONA, SPAIN, February 13 /PRNewswire/ — This LiMo Foundation podcast series recorded at GSMA Mobile World Congress 2008 addresses how technology convergence and unification around Mobile Linux are enhancing mobile consumer experiences. LiMo executive director Morgan Gillis, chairperson Kiyohito Nagata of NTT DoCoMo, vice chairperson Guido Arnone of Vodafone and architecture council chair Hankil Yoon of Samsung Electronics are interviewed. Among the topics explored by these industry experts are the evolving business models across the mobile ecosystem, the monetization of the mobile Internet and the state of open-source development within mobile.

What: Audio Podcast: Seven audio podcasts that deliver an insider's view on Mobile Linux and the quickly evolving mobile communications industry

When: Podcasts will be available for download starting Feb. 13, 2008

Where: LiMo Foundation web site – http://www.limofoundation.org/multimedia-gallery/index.php

How: Go to the URL above, and follow the instructions on the website.

About LiMo Foundation

LiMo Foundation is a dedicated consortium of mobile industry leaders working together within an open and transparent governance model-with shared leadership and shared decision making-to deliver an open and globally consistent handset software platform based upon Mobile Linux for use by the whole mobile industry. A full description of LiMo, including its vision, goals, charter and membership information, can be found at www.limofoundation.org.

Minimum Requirements: a computer, an Internet connection, (broadband required), a portable MP3/Video player or MP3/Video-player application on your computer, podcasting software and QuickTime 7. If you experience problems downloading the podcast, send an email to webcast@multivu.com.

SOURCE LiMo Foundation

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