Samsung cellphones worldwide, including those running Android and Samsungs' own Bada platform, will ship preloaded with a range of Yahoo! applications under a global partnership between the two companies.
on 04/26/2010 – Made popular on 04/26/2010
Samsung plans to combine the emerging MeeGo Linux-based Tizen operating system with its own home-grown Bada OS in a new Linux-based platform, a Samsung executive told Forbes. This year, however, it appears the platforms will stay separate -- as many as two Samsung devices will likely ship with the HTML5-focused Tizen this year, says the report....
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Yahoo and music video streaming service Vevo are expanding their partnership, the companies are announcing today, through a deal that will bring Vevo’s videos, live concert events, and other original programming to Yahoo’s own video streaming service, Yahoo Screen. Following this tie-up, viewers will initially be able to watch this music content on Yahoo Screen in the U.S.
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Faced with ever increasing competition from the likes of Apple, and the Google backed Android platform, Nokia and Yahoo! have formed a global alliance that will see Nokia become the exclusive, global provider of Yahoo!'s maps and navigation services and Yahoo! the exclusive, global provider of Nokia's Ovi Mail and Ovi Chat services