Open Handset Alliance gains 14 new members
posted by PhoneArena Team / Dec 10, 2008, 8:30 AM
With their entrance into the group, they are committing to either launching new devices with the operating system, contributing to the Android Open Source Project, or supporting products and services that will ensure a greater availability of Android.
source: Open Handset Alliance
Just throwing this out there, but now that Vodafone is in maybe Verizon to follow?
posted on Oct 20, 2010, 1:42 AM 0
thy cal it the open handset alliance... unfortunately what i see of it is a closed alliance with google havin the maximum armtwisting ability android is no fun to use...the nu winmo fones r much btr(jus my opinion) the only rsn so many cmpnies r joinin the OHA is to nt b lft bhind...but lts nt 4get v forgot the symbian n linux with equal ease..
posted on Dec 10, 2008, 11:25 AM 0
Posts: 1; Member since: Dec 11, 2008
Ok, I'm going to try my best to use proper English and hopefully i won't have to kiss anyone's A$$. Anyway, to add our 2 cents about this announcment... From a 3rd Party developer point of view, the more device manufacturer's that join Google's Open Alliance just helps reinforce the opportunity for companies like DataViz. We've seen great success with our products on Symbian, Palm, Windows Mobile and Blackberry, and all of the platforms have different pros and cons. I think we are pretty excited to see what these device manufacturers come up with and hopefully Google's innovation can be combined with our mobile productivity apps to benefit a new group of customers whether on a mobile phone or a netbook. As such, for those who are familiar with us, you may be interested to learn that we have recently announced that we will be bringing our mobile Office suite, Documents To Go, and our Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client, RoadSync to Android. If you would like to learn more and follow our progress or provide us with suggestions, please visithttp://www.dataviz.com/Android
posted on Dec 11, 2008, 12:56 PM 0
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