Tizen is a Linux-based operating system for multiple device categories. The Tizen project resides within the Linux Foundation and is governed by a Technical Steering Group (TSG) composed of Samsung and Intel. Tizen goes back to the Samsung Linux Platform (SLP) and the LiMo Project and Samsung also merged its homegrown Bada project into Tizen. Intel put some of its MeeGo work into Tizen.
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Apps, news and reviews, managed by application developers who support the platform.
The official page of the software platform. Blog, wiki and a mailing list. Separate section for developers with the downloadable SDK.
News and reviews by fans of the operating system, organized according to device type: smartphone, netbook, in-vehicle, tablet and smart TV.
The store for Tizen applications.
News and rumors about Tizen and other Linux-based mobile devices, especially about hacking them in various ways.
Ars Technica: Hands-on with Samsung’s Tizen OS: An impressively capable Android clone
Samsung's Android backup OS is surprisingly viable. The big problem is apps. (February 26, 2014)
Ars Technica: Samsung to put open-source Tizen OS on... TVs?
Samsung still has no Tizen phone, but there are big plans for bigger devices. (September 12, 2013)
ExtremeTech: Tizen 1.0 Hands-on: Can Samsung and Intel's Mobile OS Compete with Android?
News about the emergence of a new open source operating system backed by Samsung and Intel. (May 17, 2012)
Forbes: Samsung Merging Its Bada OS With Intel-Backed Tizen Project
Samsung said it is working on merging its homegrown Bada smartphone operating system with Tizen, an operating system project the company is conducting with chipmaker Intel. (January 13, 2012)
PCWorld: Tizen: A Viable Android Alternative at Last?
Rising from MeeGo's ashes, this new, Linux-based mobile platform could offer a fully open and customizable 'escape route' for device makers beleaguered by Android licensing fees. (September 28, 2011)
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