A closer look at QNX Neutrino - the rock solid foundation of BlackBerry 10
0. phoneArena 31 Jan 2013, 08:01 posted on
Drivers and applications sit in their own isolated memory address, and operate independently. This way when something gives up the ghost, it doesn't drag the whole system down with it. Neutrino supports Adobe Air and Flash, Java, OpenGL, POSIX and WebKit, among others, so developers will have an easy time programming in any of the language of their choosing, instead of being locked down to one environment...
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