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____/ Hardon on Tuesday 20 Sep 2011 16:33 : \____
> KOREAN HARDWARE GIANT Samsung is planning to make its Bada operating
> system (OS) open source next year.
> As part of a drive to increase the reach of its own brand OS, the firm
> has let slip its plan to release Bada to developers and device
> makers. The change will occur sometime next year, according to the
> Wall Street Journal.
> The WSJ reported, "Samsung "is planning to make Bada software an open
> source platform next year," a person familiar with the situation said,
> adding the South Korean company has no plans to buy a software
Samsung pays Microsoft for FAT. It cannot be trusted.
~~ Best of wishes
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