By Humberto Saabedra on May 24, 2013
By Christopher Price on September 17, 2012
We explain the war of words between Google’s Andy Rubin and Alibaba’s Aliyun OS team… and, in the process, dive deep into the world of Android compatibility. It’s a coming storm, headed this way, that you should know about.
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By Humberto Saabedra on April 9, 2010
Nokia’s N900 has proven to be the ultimate platform for Linux tinkering and hacking, aided in no small part by the manufacturer itself as it actively fosters its rapidly growing community. The latest result of the community being formed around both the device and its Maemo 5 Linux distribution is an unofficial port of Chromium, […]
By Humberto Saabedra on October 26, 2009
Mobile solution developer Qualcomm has announced the establishment of Qualcomm Innovation Center, Inc. (QuIC) a new subsidiary focused on mobile open source development with the intent to optimize Qualcomm’s product range down to the hardware level for use with platforms such as Symbian, Android and Chrome as well as development work with WebKit and Linux. […]