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Russia Against Android, iOS Domination: Will Pay Devs to Migrate Apps to Tizen, Sailfish

Samsung recently launched its first Tizen OS smartphone in India and although initial reports said that the Korean tech giant managed to sell 50,000 units in the first 10 days, concerns were raised over Tizen’s skimpy app ecosystem. Well, the OS might soon be given an unexpected boost from an...

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Linaro Launches Open ARM SBC Spec, and an Octa-Core SBC

Linaro has launched an open-source spec for ARM SBCs called “96Boards,” first available in a $129 “Hikey” SBC, featuring a Huawei octa-core Cortex-A53 SoC. Linaro, the ARM-backed not-for-profit engineering organization that has aimed to standardize open source Linux and Android software for Cortex-A processors, is now trying to do the...

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HiKey: An 8-Core 64-bit ARM Cortex-A53 Board For $129 USD, But With One Sad Flaw

96Boards, the open hardware specification for ARM boards out of the Linaro Community Board Group, has out their first ARM board certified against their consumer edition standard...

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Source Code for Tizen 2.3 Released, Targeting Wearable and Mobile

  Today we are excited to see that the source code for Tizen 2.3 has been finally released. The last code drop for mobile was back in November 2013, so this is seen as something quite overdue by platform developers. We hope more OEMs will now stop sitting on the sidelines...

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[Hack] Accessing the Tizen Store for the Samsung Z1 SM-Z130H/DS

Tizen Experts: The Tizen based Samsung Z1 has now gone on sale in India, and now has also began its rollout in Bangladesh, but there is one major problem that faces overseas linux enthusiasts / early Tizen adopters that have purchased the Z1, namely being you can only access the Tizen Store using the Samsung Z1 from the country that this product is currently being sold in. 

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