Mobile Linux to take on Microsoft and Symbian

I know every one is familiar with the Symbian OS and Microsoft OS for mobile devices . Linux , on the other hand , has been concentrating on desktop and enterprise solutions . For Linux fanatics , wait no further , there has been news that linux is going mobile . Yes , a new platform for the booming mobile industry . As a showcase of what Linux can do in the world of mobile computing , Nokia , the leading mobile phone producer , has unveiled a pocket-sized internet client running Linux for wireless internet browsing. Unfortunately , the 770 lacks a cellular radio that would allow it to go online directly or handle voice calls, making it Nokia's first consumer device that does not offer phone capabilities.