Samsung will start selling smartphones this year that run on the open-source Tizen operating system. Samsung said in an emailed statement that it is "planning to launch a new Tizen-operated device within this year and will continue to expand the lineup according to market conditions."
Enter yet another mobile platform, Tizen, but also the death of another, MeeGo.
AMD has joined the Linux Foundation's MeeGo project, the company announced at the MeeGo conference in Dublin, Ireland.
China Mobile, the world's largest operator by subscriber base, joined the Linux Foundation yesterday.
Ask your friends if they know what Linux is and you might get a blank stare. Most consumers haven't got a clue – but launch into a discussion about the latest mobile devices and coolest user experiences – and now you're talking. Quietly, behind the scenes, Linux is influencing the mobile market in many ways.
Vodafone injected new life into the Linux platform with yesterday's announcement of the Samsung 360 H1 Smartphone...
Telit Wireless Solutions is opening offices in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and appointing six individuals to head up its M2M operations and sales force there.
The LiMo Foundation, which advocates the free and open-source Linux operating system for mobile phones, today announced 11 new member companies and 7 new handsets.
Movial joined the LiMo Foundation and unveiled its open sourcing technology, Browser D-Bus Bridge.
Verizon Wireless is the newest member of the LiMo Foundation, which exists to push the Linux open source operating system onto mobile phones.
Philips subsidiary NXP Semiconductors announced a reference design for a $100 Linux mobile phone this morning.