mobile operating systems

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As Once-Mighty Symbian Enters Hospice, Will It Be Missed?

Matt Hamblen | Computerworld | June 14, 2013

Nokia refuses to say when Symbian shipments will finally end, but concedes latest woes can be traced to software's complexity Read More »

Foxconn Backs Firefox OS Play

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols | ZDNet | June 3, 2013

Can the open-source, Linux-based Firefox mobile operating system become a mobile-space player? The question is far from answered but Mozilla has a new supporter: major electronics contract manufacturer Foxconn. Read More »

Google To Fund, Develop Wireless Networks In Emerging Markets

Amir Efrati | The Wall Street Journal | May 24, 2013

Google Inc. is deep into a multipronged effort to build and help run wireless networks in emerging markets as part of a plan to connect a billion or more new people to the Internet. Read More »

Mobile World Congress & Open Source Solutions

Bill Weinberg | Open Source Delivers | March 5, 2013

While most of the mobile hardware that debuted on the [Mobile World Congress] show floor featured Android, notable departures deployed alternative open source platforms: Mozilla Firefox OS, Ubuntu Mobile, Tizen and Sailfish. Read More »

Official Intel Statement Denies Tizen's Death Rumors

Staffwriter | GSMArena | June 7, 2013

Intel has posted a statement regarding the rumor that the Tizen OS, which is co-developed with Samsung, is dying. Read More »

OS Wars: Three Alternatives To iOS, Android, Windows Phone

Tony Crammond | The Full Signal | July 23, 2013

The smartphone world appears to be all but divided up. You’re either an Android user, a follower of Apple’s iOS, or loyal to the mighty Microsoft and its Windows Phone 8 platform. But there are alternatives out there... Read More »

Windows 8 Continues To Fail

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols | ZDNEt | June 2, 2013

The real take-away from Net Applications' May 2013 release of NetMarketShare monthly operating system statistics is that, as PC sales continue to collapse, Microsoft's Windows 8 could be a factor behind the plunge. Read More »