Operating System Archive

Alibaba rolls out operating system for stores and supermarkets

Ele.me and Koubei, Alibaba’s two key consumer services units, have jointly rolled out an open operating system for brick-and-mortar stores and supermarket chains in an effort to improve their efficiency, the company said on Monday. Why it matters: The launch of the system marks another step forward in

Huawei unveils new operating system — HarmonyOS

The launch took place at the Huawei Developer Conference in China’s Dongguan. Huawei on Friday unveiled its operating system, HarmonyOS, which the Chinese telecom and electronics gear maker described as a microkernel-based distributed operating system that can be used across a range of devices and platforms. It,

Innogy steps foot into the world’s first intelligent mobility operating system

The $17.5 million investment made in Swiss-based Teralytics AG was done via the utility’s venture capital investment arm Innogy Ventures. Teralytics is building a platform which leverages telecom network data to provide advanced mobility analytics. The platform uses data science and machine learning algorithms to help cities

Huawei likely to release phone with in-house operating system in 2019

In May 2019 the US government banned Huawei from using any software or hardware created by American companies, meaning its popular line of phones could no longer use Android as an operation system. Now, in response, Chinese state-run media publication Global Times said that, yes, Huawei is in the process

Forget Windows, Linux or MacOS: Try these alternative operating systems

No Windows, no Linux, no macOS: is there really a desktop operating system that’s worth using outside of the big three? We’ve set out to answer that question, and while there are no absolute definitive answers here – everyone’s use case is different, after all – we’ve discovered ten distinct

Huawei’s Android-based operating system might launch alongside the Mate 30 Pro

We’ve known for a long time that Huawei is working on its own operating systems that could be used on devices if it ever had to replace Android and Windows. That scenario unfolded a few weeks ago when the Trump administration placed China’s largest smartphone vendor on


One problem with building things using state-of-the-art techniques is that sometimes those that look like they will be “the next big thing” turn out to be dead ends. Next thing you know, that hot new part or piece of software is hard to get or unmaintained. This

Huawei’s Operating System Might Replace Android For Good

Before we dive into the details of how can it be possible, let’s go back to 2012 where building their own operating system to overcome the dependency on Android was a long due plan of Huawei. It all started with ArkOS, the first prototype of Huawei’s own

Huawei released “killer” Android operating system

How good it is for a software product depends on how convenient it is to use one or another electronic device at its base. Currently, the most popular operating system for smartphones is Android, and it is installed more than 3/4 of the total number of mobile devices

Mozilla is Removing WebIDE the Last Service of its Late Operating System from its Browser

Mozilla had its own open-source operating system for smartphones; unfortunately, they had to discontinue it. The OS was based on the rendering engine of the Firefox browser and the Linux kernel. WedIDE is one of the premiere services related to the late OS. It allowed users to