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5/30/2012 04:01 AM EDT
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Sanjib.A
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Sanjib.A   5/31/2012 5:05:08 AM
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Thanks for providing more info on the rumour! From what you've mentioned, logically it seems more like real possibilities than rumour to me.

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R_Colin_Johnson   5/31/2012 3:57:50 AM
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From the rumors I hear, Samsung is very upset with Google's purchase of Motorola Mobile since it makes smartphones. Consequently, Samsung is said to be developing its own proprietary OS in hopes of dropping Android. As far as that goes, Facebook is also pursuing its own OS for a smartphone so it too can avoid using Android. Only time will tell if Google has miscued again as it did with its first smartphone attempt.

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Sanjib.A   5/30/2012 6:01:16 PM
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Great! I'm sure it is going to be very convenient for the users if the same application runs on different platforms. Samsung is developing a new OS? If this rumour turns out to be true, I'd wonder what would be the need for a new OS...lesser dependencies on Google and Microsoft?

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