The company says that Motorola will incorporate its web and document viewer technology not only on its A768 Linux based smartphone, but also on its upcoming Motorola MPX, based on Microsoft Windows Mobile OS.
Picsel Technologies Ltd. announced a global partnership with Motorola, to incorporate its ePAGE technology to some of the mobile phone manufacturer's devices.
Already available in China, the Motorola A768 device features the Picsel Browser, on a Linux based smartphone. Other forthcoming handsets to feature Picsel's solutions in 2004 will include the Motorola A1000 3G convergence phone, and Motorola's flagship MPX based upon Microsoft's Windows Mobile OS.
The Picsel Browser, based on Picsel's ePAGE Multi-Media Content Engine, will enable Motorola phones to browse the Internet with Flash and include Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), and Adobe PDF viewers. Other variations of the Browser will include support for Video and the ability to mix and match a variety of content types.