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OPhone, or OMS, is a mobile operating system running on the Linux kernel. It is based on technologies initially developed by Android Inc., a firm later purchased by Google, and work done by the Open Handset Alliance. The OPhone OS has appeared only on China Mobile phones, and the software was developed for China Mobile by software firm Borqs. A modified version of OMS has appeared on other carriers as Android+, also developed and maintained by Borqs. Android has been modified for local Chinese markets by China Mobile's OPhone Software Developers Network.
- also known as Open Mobile System, OMS
- official website: www.ophonesdn.com
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Control and Interaction Beyond the Keyboard by Eduardo Reck Miranda, Marcelo M. Wanderley
For instance, a micr ophone is a sensor because it converts acoustic waves into electrical signals.
B and O Magazine (1913)
A large and powerful graph- ophone is a part of the car's equipment and will be used in delivering lectures for the benefit of persons unable to visit the car. The graphophone carries the sound of the human voice a mile. Other states have ...
A real rad'ophone is a wonderful thing, and the high class concerts broadcasted on schedule by stable firms are doing more than any other single.factor to bring into this fascinating game of ours the type of people we want. _The prime aim of ...
by V.S. Matyushenkov
radiogram( ophone) Br. a piece of furniture, popular esp. formerly, combining a radio and a record player: The momentmyRussian companion saw theradiogramhewent to it.
Encyclopedia of Early Cinema (2005)
by Richard Abel
Exploited primarily as novelties, synchronized sound systems did not become commercially suc' cessful until Leon Gaumont's disc~based Chron' ophone system, first presented to the French Phonographic Society in 1902. Over the next ...
by John Oswald, Joseph Thomas, James Lynd
mi'cj'ophone, n. nzicroscop'ical ...
Including the Pronunciation and Definition of Twenty Thousand of the Principal Terms Used in Medicine and the Allied Sciences, Together with Many Elaborate Tables by Ryland W. Greene
Llth'ophone. Instrument for detecting stone In bladder by sound. Lith'o» cope.
The Standard American encyclopedia of arts, sciences, history, biography, geography, statistics, and general knowledge ... (1897)
by John Clark Ridpath
Xyl'ophone, an arrangement of small bars of wood of variant lengths, insulated by means of pads of straw, and played with a hammer. The X. is frequently used in orchestras. Xysythrus, the Babylonish king at the time of the Deluge ; according ...
The Encyclopedia Americana (1905)
A Universal Reference Library Comprising the Arts and Sciences, Literature, History, Biography, Geography, Commerce, Etc., of the World by Scientific American, inc
Graph'ophone. An apparatus similar in principle to the Edison phonograph (q.v.), and designed to reproduce human speech and other sounds. It was invented conjointly by Messrs. C. A. Bell and Charles S. Taintor, and differs ...
Pocket Medical Dictionary (1999)
by B. Jain Publishers Staff
LIVER Lith'ophone. Instrument for detecting stone in the bladder by 439.
A New Medical Dictionary (1890)
by George Milbry Gould
Lith'ophone (7,i6oc, Qwti, sound). An instrument for detecting by sound the presence of calculi in the bladder. Litb/oscope (/.180c, oiunreu, to examine). An instrument for the detection and examination of calculi of the bladder. Lithot'omy (/<0oc ...
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