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Samsung to merge own Bada OS with open-source Tizen

Korean handset manufacturer Samsung plans to merge its own smartphone operating system, Bada with Intel’s open source OS Tizen, as it looks to consolidate its position in the global smartphone market.

Samsung adds Bada bling with version 2.0

South Korean handset maker Samsung is stepping up development of its own homebrew operating system this week, on Wednesday introducing a development kit for Bada version 2.0.

Samsung Wave crashes onto European shores

The Samsung Wave, the Korean vendor’s first device to use its homegrown Bada operating system, will be available in Germany, France and the UK from June 1. Over the year, the Wave will become available in Southeast Asia, China, the Middle East and Africa, and Latin America.

Developers get tools for Samsung Bada OS

Developers keen to start working with Samsung’s new proprietary operating system, Bada, can now get their hands dirty, with the release of SDK 1.0.0b2.

Bada bing Bada boom

Korean handset vendor Samsung planted a proprietary flag in the OS wars on Tuesday as it took the wraps off its Bada platform (first announced a month previously) at a glitzy event on London’s South Bank.

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