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Jolicloud heads to the actual cloud, Joli OS gets open-sourced

Darren Murph
October 29, 2011
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Mum's been the word from the Jolicloud camp over the past few months -- summer vacation, we get it -- but the company has apparently been working quite diligently on what's next: the "new Jolicloud platform." According to a mildly vague blog post from the outfit, the next edition of the OS will introduce "the personal cloud," enabling users to access the information stored there from "your iPhone, your Android phone, your tablet, your computer and pretty much any connected device with its API." In related news, Joli OS has been open sourced and is now available to the community, and if you're interested in finding out more about the whole ordeal, sign up for the private beta in the source links below. Invites are going out soon, or so we're told.

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