North American network operator Sprint has announced that it’s joining the Tizen Association, which is the industry consortium dedicated to supporting the Tizen open-source mobile platform.
Tizen was revealed in September 2011 as a successor to MeeGo.
Market research company Newzoo has published new insights into the UK’s mobile gaming market.
The number of mobile gamers in the UK has grown by 18% year-on-year to 23.9 million people, with 75% of them playing on smartphones and 17% on tablets.
Fujitsu Laboratories says it’s developing a technology to record stereoscopic 3D images by using a special attachment that fits over the lens of standard mobile phones.
More details will be announced at the International Symposium on Consumer Electronics in the USA next month.
Mark Bridge writes:
What a week it was for mobile manufacturers. RIM revealed the BlackBerry 10 platform to its developers, while Samsung announced a new flagship Android phone. Both offer a number of distinctive features, with fans commending them and critics suggesting they didn’t go far enough.