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Much like the Linux or Windows operating system controls your desktop or laptop computer, a mobile operating system is the software platform on top of which other programs can run on mobile devices.

A mobile operating system. also called a mobile OS. is an operating system that is specifically designed to run on mobile devices such as mobile phones, smartphones, PDAs, tablet computers and other handheld devices.

Editor’s Pick:Need help understanding mobile devices? This “The Difference Between a Cell Phone, Smartphone and PDA”article is an excellent starting point.

What is a Mobile Operating System (Mobile OS)?

Much like the Linux or Windows operating system controls your desktop or laptop computer, a mobile operating system is the software platform on top of which other programs can run on mobile devices.

The operating system is responsible for determining the functions and features available on your device, such as thumb wheel, keyboards, WAP. synchronization with applications, email, text messaging and more.

The mobile OS will also determine which third-party applications (mobile apps) can be used on your device.

Types of Mobile Operating Systems

When you purchase a mobile device the manufacturer will have chosen the operating system for that specific device. Often, you will want to learn about the mobile operating system before you purchase a device to ensure compatibility and support for the mobile applications you want to use.

9 Popular Mobile Operating Systems

1. Android OS (Google Inc.)

The Android mobile operating system is Google’s open and free software stack that includes an operating system, middleware and also key applications for use on mobile devices, including smartphones. Updates for the open source Android mobile operating system have been developed under “dessert-inspired” version names (Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich) with each new version arriving in alphabetical order with new enhancements and improvements.

2. Bada (Samsung Electronics)

Bada is a proprietary Samsung mobile OS that was first launched in 2010. The Samsung Wave was the first smartphone to use this mobile OS. Bada provides mobile features such as multipoint-touch, 3D graphics and of course, application downloads and installation.

Did You Know ?In the computer industry, proprietary is the opposite of open. A proprietary design or technique is one that is owned by a company. It also implies that the company has not divulged specifications that would allow other companies to duplicate the product.

3. BlackBerry OS (Research In Motion)

The BlackBerry OS is a proprietary mobile operating system developed by Research In Motion for use on the company s popular BlackBerry handheld devices. The BlackBerry platform is popular with corporate users as it offers synchronization with Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino, Novell GroupWise email and other business software, when used with the BlackBerry Enterprise Server.

4. iPhone OS / iOS (Apple)

Apple’s iPhone OS was originally developed for use on its iPhone devices. Now, the mobile operating system is referred to as iOS and is supported on a number of Apple devices including the iPhone, iPad, iPad 2 and iPod Touch. The iOS mobile operating system is available only on Apple’s own manufactured devices as the company does not license the OS for third-party hardware. Apple iOS is derived from Apple’s Mac OS X operating system.

Editor s Pick:Need help understanding Apple mobile devices? Webopedia s iPhone, iPhone 3G, and iPhone 3G S – What’s The Difference? article will get you get started.

5. MeeGo OS (Nokia and Intel)

A joint open source mobile operating system which is the result of merging two products based on open source technologies: Maemo (Nokia) and Moblin (Intel). MeeGo is a mobile OS designed to work on a number of devices including smartphones, netbooks, tablets, in-vehicle information systems and various devices using Intel Atom and ARMv7 architectures.

6. Palm OS (Garnet OS)

The Palm OS is a proprietary mobile operating system (PDA operating system) that was originally released in 1996 on the Pilot 1000 handheld. Newer versions of the Palm OS have added support for expansion ports, new processors, external memory cards, improved security and support for ARM processors and smartphones. Palm OS 5 was extended to provide support for a broad range of screen resolutions, wireless connections and enhanced multimedia capabilities and is called Garnet OS.

7. Symbian OS (Nokia)

Symbian is a mobile operating system (OS) targeted at mobile phones that offers a high-level of integration with communication and personal information management (PIM ) functionality. Symbian OS combines middleware with wireless communications through an integrated mailbox and the integration of Java and PIM functionality (agenda and contacts). Nokia has made the Symbian platform available under an alternative, open and direct model, to work with some OEMs and the small community of platform development collaborators. Nokia does not maintain Symbian as an open source development project.

8. webOS (Palm/HP)

WebOS is a mobile operating system that runs on the Linux kernel. WebOS was initially developed by Palm as the successor to its Palm OS mobile operating system. It is a proprietary Mobile OS which was eventually acquired by HP and now referred to as webOS (lower-case w) in HP literature. HP uses webOS in a number of devices including several smartphones and HP TouchPads. HP has pushed its webOS into the enterprise mobile market by focusing on improving security features and management with the release of webOS 3.x. HP has also announced plans for a version of webOS to run within the Microsoft Windows operating system and to be installed on all HP desktop and notebook computers in 2012.

9. Windows Mobile (Windows Phone)

Windows Mobile is Microsoft’s mobile operating system used in smartphones and mobile devices with or without touchscreens. The Mobile OS is based on the Windows CE 5.2 kernel. In 2010 Microsoft announced a new smartphone platform called Windows Phone 7.

Did You Know. According to data from the International Data Corporation (IDC), the worldwide smartphone market grew 1.1 percent year over year in 2016. Android dominated the market with 86.8% share in 2016Q3, followed by iOS at 12.5%, and Windows phone at 0.3%.

Image Source: Smartphone Mobile OS Market Share, 2016 Q3 (IDC )

Based in Nova Scotia, Canada, Vangie Beal is a freelance writer, covering business and Internet technology for more than a decade. She is also managing editor of Webopedia.com.

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Apple is not the only company trying to grab a piece of the nascent mobile payment market.

Apple has garnered much of the mobile payments hype following the introduction of Apple Pay last October and the Apple Watch this month, but Apple’s solution is only one of many that payments providers are considering as they try to stay ahead of the expected growth in mobile payments, which some experts expect to become commonplace in the next few years.

Apple Pay, while continuing to grow in popularity, is still available at less than 1 million of an estimated 12 million payment terminals in the U.S. That means there is plenty of room for Samsung and other players that are coming out with their own mobile payments solutions to get a share of the nascent market.

NFC, HCE and Payment Security

Those solutions rely on NFC. which didn t get much traction until the end of the great recession, Barry Mosteller, director of research and development for CPI Card Group. said during a panel presentation during the recent Card Forum in Chicago.

Development of near field communication (NFC)-based solutions began in the last couple of years, including the secure element that Apple Pay relies on. While the secure element in the phone tends to be more secure than a software solution, any mobile payment solution relying on the element is limited to only the later-model phones with this feature.

Host card emulation (HCE), which enables a phone to perform card emulation on an NFC-enabled device without relying on access to a secure element, has gained traction since Google announced support for HCE in the Android KitKat OS, said Doug Yeager, CEO and co-founder of SimplyTapp .

Several financial services companies are relying on HCE to take advantage of the growth of terminals with NFC capabilities. Many retailers are upgrading their point-of-sale (POS) systems in advance of the onset of new rules by Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express that will shift the liability of fraudulent charges to merchants not using EMV-capable terminals after Oct. 1, 2015.

The upgraded POS systems all have NFC capability, though the merchant can opt to keep this feature turned off rather than paying additional processing charges. However, mobile payments providers are progressing as if few merchants will turn off the feature once it is available.

For example, Visa is testing HCE for contactless Visa payWave payments made from smartphones. The card network says several issuers are already piloting this technology. Software-based security hasn t been considered as secure as chip-based security, but the movement of payment applications to the cloud provides richer data, much like chip data, to authenticate the transaction, said Bengt Horsma, senior business director of Visa Token Service .

BBVA unveiled its own built-from-scratch mobile payments solution last year in Spain. The payment software automatically detects if a user s phone has the underlying technology to use HCE. If it can, the mobile wallet application will ask the customer for payment approval, then for a PIN.

“We have to be where our customers want us to be,” said Jon Groch, executive vice president, global payment system director for BBVA Compass. “We want to drive the experience; we don t want our customers to have to think about the payment.”

Which Wearables Will Win?

The next evolution of mobile payments is expected to come with adoption of the Apple Watch, but companies are experimenting with other wearable form factors as well. British card issuer Barclaycard piloted payment gloves in December. The wearables have embedded payments technology, enabling a user to pass a glove over an NFC-enabled terminal to make the payment.

In a survey by Barclaycard, which quizzed 2,000 people on their Christmas shopping behavior, “gloves you could pay with” were voted the most popular wearable item consumers would like to see, followed by rings in second place and bracelets in third. Barclaycard has yet to reveal the results of the trial, though contactless payments of all types grew 115 per cent by value and 108 per cent by volume in 2014 in the UK, according to the issuer.

Contactless payments is just entering its early stages in Canada, said Jeremy Bornstein, head of payments innovation for RBC. which is in the early stages of its development of the RBC PlayBand, a wearable technology that will use a SIM card and a cloud hybrid to initiate a contactless payment.

One of the features that RBC experimented with was the ability to have an immediate sign-on for several payment cards at once, rather than taking a couple of minutes to register each card. While one of the keys to mobile payments is making it easy for users, the bank discovered that if onboarding was made too simple, customers would question the security of the application. So the bank reverted back to a more complex onboarding process.

Acknowledging the introduction of the Apple Watch and other smartwatches with payment capabilities, as well as the Barclaycard gloves, Bornstein said the wearables market will likely remain very disjointed because no single solution will be the right solution for all consumers.

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In a recent post we talked about the enormous potential that exists in the mobile phone business.Cellular technology has transformed our way of life and growth projections for next year are fantastic. Today we present the business proposal for a kiosk or Shop for cellular services. An interesting business. easy to learn, requiring intermediate and high income potential investment. If you love technology and are familiar with brands like Samsung, Motorola, iPhone or Blackberry, surely, this business will love it .

To start you need to find a key point in a place where there is a high traffic, may be a mall or a quite busy executive to place a kiosk area Basic services that you offer are:

Sale and repair of cell phones
Distribution of prepaid cards
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The basic furniture consise in some displays and counters, many of which are provided by these wholesale suppliers. lighting and decor of your business is important because it takes into account the segment telephony customers are very attracted to the visual charm appliances. This perfectly applies the saying looks good, sells well. The business has two main sides. the first is the distribution of prepaid cards, which although it requires a significant investment to maintain stock, also represents a high income as rotating the card or electronic charges becomes quite high. The average commission for time cards ranges between 4% and 8% if you multiply by a rotración 3 per month, equivalent even average gain of 10%. s another form of income is the sale of prepaid devices or online. In this regard, you should invest some good $ $ after when a person falls in love with a cell phone, will surely make every effort to get it, and if you have it on hold, will surely have a greater chance of selling if you do not. In mobile devices, the average income is between 20% and 30%. Additionally handsfrees can sell accessories like chargers, covers and others. These usually you can get them at very good prices and even sold at reasonable prices, can generate traffic very convenient for your business people. A great advantage of the cell phone store is that you will not need advertising and promotional decoration, as Phone will be willing to make your store a highly attractive for their customers to purchase their products instead. So just you request it and you negotiate support for your home. On average term investment to start with mobikiario and an average stock of equipment is about $ 4000 and the average monthly cost will be between $ 1000 and $ 1500 in regular times. Of course, you must consider fixed monthly expenses such as electricity, salary of a dependent, locally and more. Finally, regarding the know-how of the business. it is very easy to learn and manufacturers will be ready to offer courses and training on their phone models. The first step is that you approach a dealer to advise you on pricing, systems and requirements for affiliating and soon become a retailer. And then, your imagination is the complement to big business .





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Mobile homes have always been an affordable alternative solution to purchasing a traditional home. Although affordable, decorating a mobile home could prove to be a challenge due to the limited space inside. Here are a few solutions to help overcome this challenge.

Painting

Painting the interior of the mobile home is a fast and easy way to make the interior look bigger. Painting with lighter colors (yellows, light blues, light green) makes the inside of the home look bigger. This is recommended because of the limited size of the mobile home. If your mobile home is older, pre-1990, then more than likely it was manufactured with wood paneling. Some models were made with milk stained panels, while a majority of others where manufactured with walnut dark brown stain. These dark panels can be painted a lighter color to help increase the apparent size of the room.

Bathroom

Redoing the bathroom may be an easy and quick project. In most mobile homes, the bathrooms, can be pretty cramped so designing it to be visually appealing with reduce some of the non favorable feeling roused by such a small space. When taking on this task, keep in mind of your likes and dislikes. It is recommended to paint your bathroom a brighter color to make it look bigger as well. This is a good idea considering the relative size of this room in comparison to traditional homes.

Windows

Windows need attention too. Maybe throw on a set of new curtains and specially fitted blinds. Try to go along with the brighter inside look when choosing the curtains. White tends to be a favorite, also light yellows and creams.

Making the Space Look Larger

Place a large horizontal mirror on a side wall that is unoccupied. Mirrors help make the room appear larger than it actually is. Mirrors give the room a 3 dimensional look and is highly favored by most interior decorators.

Cabinets

If your mobile home needs cabinet re-facing, you could either tackle this task yourself or hire a professional to do it for you. Either way, giving your cabinets a facelift can dramatically change the appearance of your home. Shop around for the styles that you prefer best and make sure the go along with your color scheme. Light oak and honey colors are nice as well as oil stained cabinets. But if you prefer not to go do the road of cabinet re-facing, a simple coat or two of white paint will do nicely to giving the cabinets a fresh new look.

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