Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 26th Feb 2013 21:50 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless "Huge swathes of the interface are remarkable only by their familiarity: a home screen with a grid of apps; a single navigation button to take you back to this screen or alternatively to a multi-tasking screen by way of a long press; and a top-to-bottom pull-down for notifications and quick access to settings. It's basic, but it represents pretty much what all these new operating systems are supposed to be: ways of getting functionality that is at least close to Android but without all the licensing costs associated with running Google services." A lobotomised iOS/Android mashup. This is completely void of personality. Still, it looks like this is Samsung's future (guess who was wrong).
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RE[2]: Android has the apps
by oiaohm on Wed 27th Feb 2013 00:36 UTC in reply to "RE: Android has the apps"
oiaohm
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Exactly. This is why Tizen makes zero sense.

Why wouldn't they reuse the already vetted and very good Android userspace stack and just fork that away from Google?


Little problem Tizen is still a Linux Kernel.

OpenMobile's Application Compatibility Layer (ACL) is an Android userspace stack for a Tizen.

So Tizen runs Android, html5 and Tizen applications and possibly more.

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