confirmed back in May but they're now saying it'll have full support with apps, and common Android smartphone hardware.
HTC is definitely not going to let others beat it in that race. The Taiwanese manufacturer is reportedly developing a smartphone operating system just for China, and we maybe be getting an early glimpse of what it looks like in today's leak.
we shared some new details and news regarding Samsung's mobile operating system Tizen. After a long silence lately it has been appearing more and more. Initial reports suggested it had been canned, but yesterday we saw a Galaxy S 4 sporting the new OS, and now it appears the Galaxy S III from last year is enjoying the same.
Samsung ditching Android in the future is nothing new, and we've heard reports, tips, and rumors on this for a long while. However, lately their Tizen OS has been getting a lot of attention. Some say it's been shelved, but recently it was reportedly spotted running quite smooth on the companies current Android flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S4.
HTC is reportedly building their own mobile operating system for upcoming devices in the Chinese market. As we all know, HTC hasn't been doing that well lately with profit losses and failed devices, even though the HTC One is one of the best handsets to date. The Wall Street Journal is reporting their efforts in China could turn things around.
here a few weeks, and we're already starting to see signs of the next version by Google. Android 4.3 Jelly Bean was announced and released two weeks ago by Google on their new Nexus 7 tablet, but we're also expecting to see the next major update to Android this year. That being the "K" release.
Ubuntu Touch on Android has been a slow but steady mystery. Canonical currently offers plenty of pre-release beta or even alpha builds of their software for Android devices like the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7, and others. However, today Canonical's own Rick Spencer promises to have stable "daily-driver" builds of Ubuntu Touch for smartphones by the end of the month.