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Android-x86-Remix OS Partnership

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  • Android-x86 Officially Hooks Up With Remix OS Company

    The Android-x86 open-source project is partnering up with Jide Technology, the company behind Remix OS.

    If you are unfamiliar with Jide's Remix OS, it's based on Android and is an operating system designed for PCs and laptops. It's been getting a lot of attention as of recently and the Remix OS 2.0 release is shaping up to be quite interesting.

  • Android-x86 and Remix OS Projects Enter Partnership

    The leader of the Android-x86 project has just announced that he has entered a partnership with Jide Technology, the creators of the already famous Remix OS.

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