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Samsung launches Tizen 4.0 with Linux Kernel for "Internet of Things"

Tizen is the Linux-based operating system at Samsung that aims to be the Android replacement for the company, now, in addition to running on Smartphones and Tablets, the recently announced Tizen 4.0 can also run on your refrigerator.

Tizen is Samsung's Linux-based operating system that aims to be the Android replacement for the company, with the new tie, in addition to being able to run on Smartphones and Tablets, the recently announced Tizen 4.0 can also run on your refrigerator.

Tizen 4.0

Tizen 4.0 is the latest version of Samsung's operating system, although it is still far from beating Android in the market, even on devices on Samsung itself, when the subject "Internet of Things", the market is still open, looking for market leaders and priests, and within this scenario Tizen has a much better chance.

Samsung's Smart Home branch with Artik chips has a partnership with Canonical You also want to control your home and appliances in the future. During the conference that announced the new Tizen, the company referred to it as "the most successful Linux-based operating system in the world ", exaggeration, good to see another technology giant betting on open source systems, just like Tizen himself. The Xamarin and .NET frameworks will soon be integrated into the system, thanks to a partnership with Microsoft. _____________________________________________________________________________ Have you seen any errors or would you like to add any suggestions to this article? Collaborate, click here. Founder of the blog and channel Diolinux, passionate about technology and games.

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