Linux pretty much owns modern computing. Everything from mighty supercomputers to puny routers run on Linux — in many cases users aren’t even aware they’re using Linux.
Google’s Android is clearly the king of mobile operating systems. After a humble beginning, it has overtaken Apple’s iOS in terms of functionality, features and openness.
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Mozilla announced Boot to Gecko in July 2011, and in June 2012 re-launched it as Firefox OS. The operating system will run on firmware from Chinese manufacturing giants ZTE and TCL (Alcatel One Touch), and will be offered by as many as seven mobile Firefox OS phonecarriers.
So far, only Spain’s Telefonica has actually promised [...]
Let’s face it: Symbian has no future and mobile Linux is coming… and Qtopia has chances to become de-facto standard for GUIs in mobile Linux!
Largest Independent Design House Uses Qtopia Technology for its Newest Linux-Based Handset Platform
Trolltech, provider of leading technologies for Linux and cross-platform software development, today announced that its Qtopia software for Linux-based [...]