Ever wondered what Samsung's flagship Galaxy S III phone might be like, if it ran another OS? Okay, arguably something along those lines is already under way, but if a curious WiFi Alliance certification entry is to be understood, Tizen might have made its way on to the phone already. The hook here is the […]
Thanks to all the developers, independent software vendors, carriers, device manufacturers, and others who joined us for the Tizen Developer Conference in San Francisco. With almost eight hundred people in attendance and hundreds more on the live stream, the Tizen project is off to a great start. Your insights, feedback, and willingness to collaborate were […]
Intel and Samsung Electronics' co-developed operating system Tizen is expected to be released in late June with Tizen-based devices such as smartphones, netbooks and in-vehicle infotainment to appear in the second half of 2012, according to sources from PC players. Intel and Samsung announced their cooperation in September 2011 to develop a new operating system […]
One of the biggest problems that any new mobile platform suffers is the application ecosystem – users are looking for apps but developers are not interested in developing apps till the platform reaches a critical installed base. It is a typical Catch 22 situation. RIM tried to sort it out with its PlayBook by offering […]
Tizen, a platform backed up by Samsung and Intel, and almost entirely reliant on HTML5 just ended up on the Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE for a quick spin, giving us a better idea about what’s in store. Tizen sounded more like a puzzle rather than a real-world platform just a week or so […]
Tizen just hit the 1.0 release last week (codenamed Larkspur), and at the Tizen Conference I’ve had the chance to play with the prototype device that Samsung has been handing out to developers to test their applications. Its basically a super large screen device, (my guess is about 4.3-4.7″ inches, 720p HD) that’s running on […]
Tizen, the open source mobile OS backed by Samsung, Intel, Panasonic, Huawei, and the Linux Foundation, has been in development for some time. We first reported it back in January, when it was publicly announced, and only a few months later we're looking at the first annual developers conference. Now, the software has reached an […]
In February this year Samsung was all optimistic about Bada, seems like something changed since then if Eldar Murtazin could be considered as a reliable source. So what next You might ask, Tizen. Sadly Eldar tips us that we will not see it in London, but maybe some backstage?