28 Dec New Android-based OS Promises Enhanced Privacy Protection
A new mobile operating system called EELO is is currently being developed as an alternative to the privacy shortcomings of the open-source Android OS which it is based on.
Android is currently the most widely adopted mobile OS in the world. However, it demands a lot of data from the user to make improvements, compromising privacy in the process. According to Mandrake Linux creator Gael Duval, who also leads the EELO development team, the new custom OS should liberate users from their dependency on apps and services provided by big names in the tech industry.
An EELO smartphone is also being planned and the OS may also be adapted for other devices in the near future.
Source: Asian Age