Samsung Electronics co-CEO JK Shin said the open-source Tizen operating system will expand beyond mobile devices to power a host of connected devices across multiple industry verticals.
Smartphones accounted for more than half of all mobile phones shipped during the first quarter of 2013, eclipsing feature phone shipments for the first time ever, research firm IDC reports.
Samsung Electronics co-CEO JK Shin said the manufacturer will release its first Tizen device during the third quarter of 2013, denying the move to embrace the Linux-based mobile operating system is related to any changes in its relationship with Google.
Samsung Electronics will sunset its Bada mobile operating system, merging it into the Linux-based Tizen software platform.
Samsung Electronics will release its first smartphones running the Linux-based Tizen operating system later this year.
Should any given enterprise allow any and/or all mobile OSs on its network as part of a BYOD implementation? Does BYOD mean bring any device?
Days after a Samsung Electronics executive revealed the company is working to merge its bada mobile operating system with Linux-based device software platform Tizen, Samsung now maintains it is
Samsung Electronics is working to merge its Bada mobile operating system with Tizen, the Linux-based cross-architecture device software platform introduced late last year by the Linux Foundation and
Intel has reached an agreement to acquire navigation and location-based services firm Telmap, announcing the move during this week's Intel AppUp Elements developer event in Seattle. Financial terms
Nokia (NYSE:NOK) is reportedly developing a new mobile operating system designed to power low-end feature phones, complementing its forthcoming suite of smartphones running Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT)