SOFTWARE TOOLS - SYSGO ELinOS supports TI's OMAP35x evaluation module News & Analysis 2/19/2010 Post a comment SYSGO has launched ELinOS 5.0, a Linux operating system that supports the Texas Instruments OMAP35x Evaluation Module. The new SYSGO support package combines high performance and minimal power levels with industrial grade Linux in a single chip. The package enables rapid development of reliable long-lived applications.
M'soft says no comment on Project Pink phone News & Analysis 2/19/2010 Post a comment A Microsoft Corp. spokeswoman issued a "no comment" today on another flood of rumors that the software giant plans to roll its own smartphone, amid a flurry of news and heighted competition for a stake in the smartphone software platform around this week's Mobile World Congress.
Three reasons Symbian is smart pick for mobile Blog 2/12/2010 1 comment Because of the moves made to open-source and freely distribute the Symbian code, to unify and not further fragment the platform, and to shepherd the asset base with a not-for-profit entity, every company can participate in the Symbian ecosystem comfortably, to the ultimate benefit of consumers, writes Symbian Foundation director Lee Williams.
Open source code rolls for Symbian 3 News & Analysis 2/4/2010 Post a comment The Symbian Foundation is officially making available as open source code the Symbian version 3 smartphone operating system which has the broadest use of any smartphone OS, but trails the wildly popular Google Android environment by more than a year in being available as open source.
The Other Tesla David Blaza5 comments I find myself going to Kickstarter and Indiegogo on a regular basis these days because they have become real innovation marketplaces. As far as I'm concerned, this is where a lot of cool ...