Given that Asian countries are taking the lead in mobile software applications (in Sri Lanka, already using open source), this is a very exciting development.
A Google-led international alliance announced Monday it is releasing open-source software that will free developers to bring the full power of desktop computing to mobile devices.
The Open Handset Alliance bills “Android” as the first comprehensive mobile operating platform that software developers are free to adapt in any ways they wish for video, audio, social networking and other features.
“We are developing a very open system and will distribute all the codes to allow people to innovate on mobile devices,” Google co-founder Serge Brin said in a conference call with the press and other alliance members.
“I’m really excited about this and I can’t wait to see what the next generation of innovators is able to do with these tools.”
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