Baidu Reportedly Mulls Creating Mobile OS To Take On Android

If there’s one thing the world really needs, it would be another mobile phone operating system.

I mean really, all you have to choose from now is iOS 4, Android, WebOS, Windows Phone 7, BlackBerry OS, Symbian, MeeGo and a few others that have almost no traction. Not enough choices, right?

Well, no, according to the Chinese search engine Baidu (BIDU).

According to Information Week, various Chinese media reports suggest the company is considering the development of its own mobile phone OS.

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