Symbian Foundation opens smartphone kernel source code – Ars Technica

The Symbian Foundation has liberated the source code of the Symbian platform’s EKA2 microkernel. The code base is now available under the terms of the open source Eclipse Public License (EPL). This is a key milestone in the foundation’s plan to open …

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