Korea, China, Japan Unveil Operating System & Cell Phone Collaboration

April 4, 2004

In a pair of related announcements, China, Japan and South Korea have announced that they will collaborate on developing their own open-source alternatives to Microsoft’s Windows operating system, and on a 4G cell phone standard “expected to enable throughput of 100 megabits per second–equivalent to the speed of fiber-optic communications…to allow users to watch crystal-clear television images on their displays even on fast-moving trains.”

To read the open-source story at CNetAsia.com, click here.
To read the 4G cell phone story at ChinaTechNews.com, click here.

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