Nokia, Genuitec and Motorola start Pulsar, Others Join

March 11th, 2009 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Other news | 1 Comment »

Most of you are probably still dreaming of an ideal world where there is no porting needed to get your mobile game published on any platform you want. This might become reality if it's up to Pulsar.

Pulsar is a new initiative started by Nokia, Motorola and Eclipse foundation starter Genuitec. Developments of this new initiative should lead to a universal platform for software development. The initiative is already joined by SonyEricsson, RIM and IBM. The first version of Pulsar is to be expected in June.

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    One Response to “Nokia, Genuitec and Motorola start Pulsar, Others Join”

    1. SamII says:

      Much ado about nothing!

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