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Samsung Wants Tizen To Be On Everything

George Kesarios | Seeking Alpha | September 12, 2013

I have long said that Samsung (SSNLF.PK) is in danger of being left stranded if for some reason Google (GOOG) decides to put restrictions on Android OS or simply keep it to itself. Read More »

Samsung's New Weapon Against Apple: Its Own Developer Conference

Mark Spoonauer | Fox News | July 22, 2013

Samsung hopes to woo developers away from Apple right in its backyard. Read More »

Should Samsung Ditch Android?

Shane O'Neill | InformationWeek | October 23, 2013

Mobile analysts debate whether Samsung should free itself from Android and use its homemade OS, Tizen. Read More »

The State of Open Source in South Korea

Open source software is growing exponentially all around the world, and South Korea is a vital part of that trend. While most South Korean open source projects don't get the international attention that projects from the Apache Foundation, the Linux Foundation, and similar organizations receive, they are making significant contributions to mobility, artificial intelligence, web technologies, and other areas. Samsung may be the best-known South Korean company working in open source, but Naver, Kakao, Coupang, and others are also writing important open source software and maintaining their projects on GitHub.

Tizen 3.0 UI Allegedly Spotted Running On A Galaxy S 4

Terrence O'Brien | Engadget | September 9, 2013

Tizen, the progeny of MeeGo, LiMo and Bada, hasn't exactly set the world on fire. But even if manufacturers and consumers aren't clamoring for yet another smartphone platform, that doesn't mean Samsung and Intel are simply going to let the OS wither and die. Read More »

Tizen OS going beyond phones to smart TVs, other gadgets

Editor | GMA News | January 5, 2014

Tizen, an upcoming open-source operating system for mobile and connected devices, may go beyond the territories of iOS and Android and find its way to other consumer devices like printers, cameras and even smart TVs, Read More »

Tizen, Your Next HTML5 Mobile Operating System

Adrian Bridgwater | Open Source Insider | August 21, 2013

The open source Tizen operating system could be your next mobile device experience. Read More »

Under The Surface, Microsoft's ARM Tablet Is A Terrible Mistake

A.T. Faust III | AppAdvice.com | July 3, 2012

Unhappy with Microsoft’s intended release of a direct hardware competitor, HP has reportedly withdrawn its support for the Windows on ARM RT (or “WART”) platform. The sages at SemiAccurate acerbically explain the whole ugly affair: "…Microsoft just unveiled one of the largest and most unethical industrial espionage campaigns of the last few decades, so it is no surprise that everyone is jumping ship."...

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Unity Engine Coming to Tizen Operating System.

Anton Shilov | Xbit | June 27, 2013

It looks like open-source Tizen operating system for smartphones is starting to gain traction in the industry. Unity Technologies, provider of the Unity multi-platform engine and development tools, announced upcoming support for the Tizen OS. [...] Read More »

Upstart Mobile OS Tizen Previews Code

John Ribeiro | Computer World | January 23, 2012

An alpha release of the source code for the Tizen open-source operating system, aimed at giving Android and iOS a run for their money, is now available for download. Backed by Intel, Samsung and other vendors, Tizen is a Linux-based platform. It includes an HTML5 application framework and a customizable user interface, in addition to the operating system. Read More »

Why Incumbents Android And iOS Need To Watch It

Patrick Nelson | NetworkWorld | August 11, 2014

New operating systems are on the heels of the incumbents. What you need to know about mobile device, OS-upstarts, like Sailfish, Firefox OS, and Tizen...

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Why Tizen Will Be A Game-Changer

Jared Weiner | LinuxGismos.com | March 20, 2013

In this guest column, Jared Weiner, an analyst at VDC Research, presents four reasons why he believes Samsung’s first Tizen-based smartphone, expected to arrive this summer, is likely to be a game-changer. Read More »