Karl Pauls and Clement Escoffier presented a talk to LinuxTag 2009. The talk was about Android, the Google Phone OS. Here are the slides.
If you are interested by Android and also by OSGi, don’t miss the EZDroid initiative conjointly launched by Luminis and Akquinet.The EZdroid community was founded to:
- Promote the open availability of software applications for Android, utilizing the Apache ACE provisioning server together with our extensions for License-, Device- and Integrated Software-Management.
- Develop a robust validation and quality certification system for Android applications to ensure that they will not disrupt the normal running of an Android device.
- Invite and facilitate commercial partnerships to apply the benefits of our open platform by e.g.: developing and distributing component-based software and content.
- Promote interoperability and platform agnosticism through the use of Apache Felix
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One thought on “Android : A Linux-based Mobile Phone Operating System”
Android now become most popular mobile phones and tablets OS. Most useful features are found in there. I think in the future, it can be replace for Windows. What do you think ?
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