Nokia and Intel Developing Open Source Mobile OS

Ainsley Jones

Another open source mobile operating system is in the works due to a collaboration between Intel and Nokia, reports Rethink Wireless. The two vendors will jointly develop oFono, a Linux-based operating system that will be geared for low- to mid-range handsets in emerging markets.

 

According to FierceDeveloper, details on the OS are scarce. However the post divulges that oFono is licensed under GPLv2 and includes a high-level D-Bus API for use by telephony applications.



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