If the mobile operating system market wasn't crowded enough, Mozilla and Tizen have launched their respective systems; Firefox OS and Tizen OS.
Firefox OS has been in the works for a while, and Mozilla are aiming at making the operating system more open and fast. It's built on HTML5 and other web open standards, setting it apart from the standard competition.
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On the other side of the fence, we find Tizen OS, which has been being developed by some of the biggest technology companies as a viable rival for Android and iOS. Samsung and Intel are spearheading the new operating system.
The OS is very similar to Android, with a touch of design from Apple and Samsung. You have the standard app grids, pull-down notifications and app store. Even the sharing screen seems to be a skinned version of Android.
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What do you think of the new operating systems? Can they compete with Android and iOS? Or will they be subdued to a fight with Windows Phone and BlackBerry?