Recently rumors have started that Motorola is developing its own Mobile Operating System and is on a hiring spree for Mobile app developers. Motorola has had huge success by adopting Android OS for their for their mobile devices. But Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha is of the opinion that its important to own one.
Android's success mainly depends on the kind of ecosystem it provides. Android market and Android developers community have a huge role to play in this. So survival of Motorola's Mobile OS depends mainly on the kind of application support it can provide. Its a tough competition with Android and iOS dominating with huge success.
Samsung had tried to do something like this by introducing Bada OS. It hasn't had that much success but its doing pretty well with the low end touch screen models. Samsung also recently was in a hunt for Symbian mobile app developers planned to port Symbian Apps to Bada.
Motorola reportedly have acquired a Mobile platform company namedAzingo. Its to a Linux based mobile operating system and is based on web standards for use on touch screen devices. It uses web runtimes for widgets.
I was just reading through some articles to keep your system to the best of its performance and one point mentioned in all of them was to defragment your system and to clean the registry. So here are some open source softwares I found for this purpose.
Little Registrycleaner it is, the alternative open source windows registry cleaner. Small in size, neat and easy to run. Basically removes obsolete and unwanted items that build up in the registry over time. Before cleaning the registry it also creates a backup of all your registry information so that you can roll back if the registry cleaning causes some problem. Usually there wont be a need for it, but its just a precaution for those very few instances when something might go wrong.