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October 21, 1997updated 03 Sep 2016 7:25pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Motorola Inc’s Platform Software Division has made a ‘strategic’ investment in Phillipe Kahn’s Starfish Software Inc, developer of TrueSync technology, the operating system and applications behind the REX credit card-sized computer (CI No 3,271). The two companies had already announced a joint development deal enabling Motorola to incorporate Starfish’s TrueSync technology into its wireless client software, and Motorola says it is now investing in Starfish because it sees its technology as a strategic element of our wireless client software solutions. Starfish says it will use the investment to further expand its TrueSync technology for the next generation of wearable devices. No financial details of the investment were given.

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