Last week, Access Systems announced that it has given its licensees the software that they need to create smartphones and handhelds running the Linux-based successor to the Palm OS. Now, Astraware — one of the biggest developers of Palm OS software for many years — has announced that it will be releasing games for this emerging operating system.
In addition, Astraware has has joined the Access Connect Ecosystem (ACE) Global Partner Program as a charter member. This program was created to drive development and adoption of new mobile technologies and solutions based on the Access Linux Platform (ALP).
"We see mobile Linux as being an extremely important part of the industry over the coming year, and we’re aiming Astraware to be the games provider of choice for this platform." said Howard Tomlinson, CEO of Astraware. "As a charter member of the ACE program, we’re taking a lead in the growth of the mobile Linux community."
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