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Framingham company breaks the apps barrier
"...Emma Angelo, the 6-year-old granddaughter of OpenMobile's co-founder and CEO Robert F. Angelo, and her cousin and brother, Harry Zajac and Luke Angelo, were playing games on their parents' smartphones in Robert Angelo's living room
Emma was frustrated because she didn't have access to the same games on one of her parents' smartphones as her brother Harry did on his. Emma quickly sought out her grandfather and asked, "Papa, how come I can't get the same apps on my phone that Harry has on his?"
After pausing for a minute, Angelo responded, "You know Em, I think we can." And thus began OpenMobile.
I wonder what direction the company will take as apps are more and more hardware-specific
I think the "apps" they are focusing on are more OS, data and UI oriented, (e.g.- games, productivity, etc).
"...wondering if an externally attached IR device could be purchased and then using the OpenMobile interface..."