Aliyun is a mobile operating system owned by Alibaba a Chinese B2B ecommerce company.
Alibaba has announced that they will be spinning out Aliyun OS and creating a separate company.
Google claims that Aliyun OS is a non-compatible version of Android. Alibaba claims that Aliyun is an "open source Linux" and not part of Android. Aliyun hopes to be the mobile operating system for the Chinese market.
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