Samsung loves open source -- today they have sent out an e-mail to interested developers with a download link to the open portions of the Captivate and Vibrant source code. (see our Captivate review here, and our Vibrant review here) Rather than trying to stifle third-party development, it looks like Samsung is embracing it, and we couldn't be happier.
To most people, this won't mean much. But to developers and ROM cookers this is a huge step and should really get the ball rolling for some amazing stuff. There's already talk of a change that will drive the benchmark scores up through the roof. Bring it, I say! [Samsung via [BriefMobile] Thanks Scepterr for the update on the Vibrant
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