Open Letter To RIMM And Google
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By Karl Denninger, Market-Ticker.org.
In development of something brought forward on the forum and in my (and others) comments on my previous article...
There is a unique opportunity facing both RIMM and Google.
RIMM has QNX.
Many are unaware of what QNX actually is. But those of us who have used it, and worked with it in the embedded space, are very aware of it. It is a hard real-time, small, compact and efficient POSIX-compliant kernel.
It is everything that Linux and BSD is not in terms of efficiency and suitability for things that must interface with events -- whether that be a radio, a microwave oven or a user's finger on a screen.
Google has Android.
Android is a mess internally, but very popular. It runs on more and more of the world's cellphones. In addition Google has Chrome, it has its cloudsourced business and personal applications, and it has Gmail.
So here's the concept......
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