Both bada and webOS developers are likely to find Samsung’s next-generation OS (TiZen) interesting – after all, Samsung has promised that the Open Service Platform stack (aka bada C++) will survive on the new OS which has an architecture which looks a lot like the one of webOS.

It now looks like Samsung might release a version of its latest high-end device running TiZen instead of Android. If it ships at a reduced price (like the original Wave), this could be very helpful at promoting the platform:
galaxy siii tizen TiZen Galaxy SIII spotted

A PDF file of the certificate can be accessed here:
http://certifications.wi-fi.org/pdf_certificate.php?cid=WFA16603

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