"To support his view, Sheehy said the OS is five years behind Google's Android and Apple's iOS and has the support of only a small cadre of developers compared to the millions writing applications for Android and iOS. "Watching Tizen's development is like watching a car crash in slow motion," he wrote.Update: Tizen OS declared 'dead in the water' - Computerworld
In comments to Computerworld, he added, "As far as a viable alternative to Android, Tizen is dead in the water.""
Thursday, June 12, 2014
Update: Tizen OS declared 'dead in the water' - Computerworld
Adding Tizen devices to my future-collectors-item list