Rumors are afoot that
Verizon has yet to even suggest that it would adopt LiMo devices, but the LiMo gossip does make sense. After years of exercising almost total control of its devices, the carrier stunned the cell phone world last November when it announced that it wouldon its CDMA network. Then last March, that unlocked devices could be available by the middle of this month.
Though Google's Android platform continues to generate buzz, LiMo already has several devices on the market including the Motorola U9, the , the
Like the Open Handset Alliance, the LiMo Foundation came together last year to create an open, hardware-independent operating system for mobile phones. Currently, it is composed of 30 member companies including Motorola, NEC, Samsung, Vodafone, Orange, LG, and NTT DoCoMo.
Rest assured, we'll be watching the wires over the next few days to see what it happens. If the news breaks, we'll bring you the details.