And just when you thought it was safe to stop counting mobile phone operating systems, AOL comes out and says they’ve got one too. AOL Open Mobile Platform, due out this summer, will provide ‘developers with ready access to the tools and source code they need to build and distribute applications across all major mobile device platforms and operating systems including BREW, Java, Linux, RIM, Symbian, and Windows Mobile.
Barcelona sure is a happenin’ place today! AOL plans to incorporate its e-mail and video service into the platform, with other Internet applications, like its own Mapquest, Winamp and Userplane. Seriously, Mapquest? Aren’t there like only 27 people using that program nowadays?
Source: TG Daily