HTC Mulling Home-Grown Mobile OS
Apr 13, 2010, 10:36 AM by Eric M. Zeman
According to HTC CFO Cheng Hui-ming, the company is giving serious thought to developing its own mobile operating system. Hui-ming said, "We continue to assess, but that requires a few conditions to justify," in an interview with Bloomberg. HTC is one of the largest makers of Microsoft Windows Mobile devices and Google Android devices. It has seen success using the software of others, and has even created its own user interface overlay for both platforms. HTC announced a non-smartphone OS of its own, called Smart, which relies heavily on its Sense UI concept. HTC is said to be one of the suitors seeking to buy Palm. Purchasing Palm could be the cheapest -- and fastest -- way to bring its own smartphone platform to market. HTC hasn't commented on its interest in Palm.
|a non-smart phone OS called....smart?||maokh||
|HTC + Palm = Babies I would kidnap||justfinethanku||
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