Σάββατο, 13 Νοεμβρίου 2010

smartphone OSs

Android

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Android 2.2
Company / developer Google Inc.,
Open Handset Alliance
Programmed in C (core),[1] C++ (some third party libraries), Java (UI)
Working state Current
Source model Free and open source software
Initial release 21 October 2008
Latest stable release 2.2.1 (Froyo) Build: FRG83 / 23 September 2010; 51 days ago[2]
Supported platforms ARM, MIPS, Power Architecture, x86[citation needed]
Kernel type Monolithic (modified Linux kernel)
Default user interface Graphical
License Apache 2.0 and GNU General Public License v2[3]
Official website android.com



bada
Company / developer Samsung Electronics
Programmed in C++
Working state Ready for public downloads
Latest stable release 1.2.0 / October 04, 2010
Supported platforms ARM
Kernel type proprietary or Linux
Official website www.bada.com



iOS
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iOS 4.1 on the iPhone 4
Company / developer Apple Inc.
Programmed in C, C++, Objective-C
OS family Mac OS X/Unix-like
Working state Current
Initial release June 29, 2007
Latest stable release 4.1 (Build 8B117) For iPhone and iPod touch Released September 8, 2010; 2 months ago
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Latest unstable release 4.2 (Build 8C134) For iPhone, iPod touch and iPad Released November 1, 2010; 12 days ago
[+/−]
Available language(s) Multilingual
Supported platforms ARM (iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad)
Kernel type Hybrid (Darwin)
Default user interface Cocoa Touch (Multi-touch, GUI)
License Proprietary EULA except for open source components
Official website iOS Dev Center




Symbian OS
Symbian OS logo
Company / developer Symbian Foundation
Programmed in C++[1]
OS family Mobile operating systems
Working state development of the original Symbian OS code base has given way for an integrated development of the Symbian platform
Source model open source available under EPL
Marketing target Mobile devices
Supported platforms ARM, x86
[2]
Kernel type Microkernel
Default user interface S60 platform, UIQ, MOAP
License original code base was proprietary, transition to EPL started with Symbian OS 9.1, completed with the Symbian platform
Official website defunct - see the website of the Symbian Foundation

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