Tag Archives: oha

More hands for Android

Already we have a broad alliance of leading technology and wireless companies joining together to announce the development of Android. The OHA is a collaboration of Google Inc., T-Mobile, HTC, Qualcomm and Motorola. Innovative Communications Technologies (ICT), a pioneer in the development and positioning of private telecommunications networks for businesses has announced the integration of [...]

Who are the real players?

Real players are the ones who control their customers and the war to manage customers was never exciting as its today in the mobile world. Earlier it used to be the carrier and the handset vendors, but now new companies that were not at all in the cell phone business are emerging with new technologies. [...]

Android’s open spectrum

Google and Linux: OHA is another bout of Linux knitting circle as already we have various levels of software stack based on mobile Linux. Google’s Android would mean more of mobile Linux standards and more of fragmentation. Prior to Google, we had the Palm version of Linux and LinuxWorld from Access. All these efforts definitely [...]

More of Android: What’s up Android?

The aim of Google is not to build one mobile phone but to build an army of thousands. That motto was proved further with the release of Android’s Technical Specifications. OHA has taken the task of writing their home –brewed virtual machine called “Dalvik” which will run java applications on Android.The key here is the [...]

Android for gamming?

New possibility of a mobile/gaming handheld is open for the game station manufacturers, Nintendo, PSP, XBOX etc. who may perhaps shift their vision to concentrate on hardware/software match and leave the cellular stuff to OHA. Just can’t wait to see the whole gamming world going with OHA!

Android released!

Google and OpenHandsetAlliance Releases Android SDK, $10M challenge for the Developers 5th November 2007, The Open Handset Alliance, a consortium of several companies which include Google, HTC, Intel, Motorola, Qualcomm, T-Mobile, and NVIDIA, was unveiled with the goal to develop open standards for mobile devices.[1] Along with the formation of the Open Handset Alliance, the OHA also unveiled their [...]

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