Linked by David Adams on Wed 15th Jul 2015 17:46 UTC
Original OSNews Interviews A Hong Kong-based startup run by former Mozilla President Li Gong aims to take on Android with its new Web-based operating system, H5OS. Similar to the Firefox operating system from Mozilla, H50S is based on HTML5, a website development language that tries to give Web apps the same capabilities as so-called native applications that are downloaded to a device like the iPhone. More on H5OS here.
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No way
by darknexus on Wed 15th Jul 2015 19:28 UTC
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If Microsoft is having trouble breaking with a well-performing os, these guys and their web-based crap have zero chance.

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RE: No way
by unclefester on Thu 16th Jul 2015 02:55 in reply to "No way"
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If it is backed by the Chinese government it has a very strong chance of success. eg It can be made mandatory for school tablets or government issued phones.

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RE[2]: No way
by Bill Shooter of Bul on Thu 16th Jul 2015 12:36 in reply to "RE: No way"
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Just like red flag linux or kylin, right?

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