34 Weeks of OHA #27

Regular series detailing the members of the Open Handset Alliance. This edition features Sprint Nextel.

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LiMo Foundation Onslaught On Android

While Google is busy locking down the new SDK and being “secretive” with their so-called open source platform, the LiMo Foundation has been ramping up new members for the upcoming battle of the titans where mobile OS is concerned. Recently, LiMo recruited 11 new members bringing its ...

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Will Sprint Nextel Turn Korean ?

There is another recent rumor spreading across the web about Sprint being ripe for a buyout or merger. It’s not so much of a new rumor, more like the revisiting of an older one. Wireless giant SK Telecom from South Korea is apparently in talks to buy the U.S. wireless carrier or perhaps ...

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34 Weeks of OHA: #24

Company Name: SiRF Technology Holdings, Inc. How the OHA site classifies them: Semiconductor Company What the OHA site says about them: SiRF is the leading provider of GPS enabled location platforms for mainstream markets with focus on wireless, automotive, consumer electronic and mobile ...

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Google Should Have Made The gPhone

If you have spent time in the dating game, you know the harsh reality: it is usually better when you are being wooed by someone, than it is when you are running after them. When you are the one who is trying to win over someone, no matter how great your qualities and offerings, they... Read More

34 Weeks of OHA: #22

Company Name: Qualcomm, Inc. How the OHA site classifies them: Semiconductor Company What the OHA site says about them: Qualcomm Incorporated is a leader in developing and delivering innovative digital wireless communications products for advanced devices around the world. What they do: Their ...

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34 Weeks of OHA: #21

I promised something special for this week, and have delivered! Read on for the bestest 34 Weeks of OHA article yet… Company Name: PacketVideo How the OHA site classifies them: Software Company What the OHA site says about them: PacketVideo (PV) is a nine-year-old multimedia software ...

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