Despite the possible merger of bada and Tizen providing an alternative OS for the company, Samsung will still heavily focus on using Android to compete with Apple's products, Kang said.

May 24, 2010 Hands-on with the Samsung Wave and Bada OS | PCWorld Feb 14, 2010 Samsung Bada unveiled as new iPhone, Android platform Samsung's Bada, the Korean word for "ocean," is reportedly built on top of Linux and is expected to be released with an open SDK next month, with the first Bada phones to be introduced early next About Bada

Bada (stylized as bada; Korean: 바다) is a discontinued operating system for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. It was developed by Samsung Electronics. Its name is derived from " 바다 (bada)", meaning " ocean " or "sea" in Korean. It ranges from mid- to high-end smartphones.

Now, BADA OS is not that boring or slow. It has got all new features with a great new look and functionalities. The various features are mentioned below: FEATURES: - New wallpaper (same as on the Galaxy Tabs) - Smoother transition effects. -Menu option available on screen.(which reduces the need for always pressing the button.)… Bada OS Forum - Chrome Web Store Estensione basata sul sito che si occupa del sistema operativo Bada di Samsung

Despite the possible merger of bada and Tizen providing an alternative OS for the company, Samsung will still heavily focus on using Android to compete with Apple's products, Kang said.

BADA OS. SAMSUNG NEW MOBILE OS. BY VISHAL RAJORIA WHAT IS BADA. Samsung BADA is a smartphone platform , which is created for wide range of device, unveiled in 2010. "BADA" is a Korean word that means "ocean" and "seashore". "BADA" in itself embodies the open possibilities of the ocean: it can accommodate the various applications created by Samsung announces Bada mobile OS, SDK sets sail in Nov 10, 2009 Custom Firmware For Samsung S8530 & S8500 (BADA OS Dec 09, 2011 Samsung Wave Review: First smartphone by Koreans using its Samsung Wave: Bada OS. The Bada OS is also a whole new ecosystem of applications as well – Samsung has done fairly well to get a good few in there at launch, with the likes of a TV remote that uses Wi-Fi to control Samsung TVs the ilk of app already available.