You are browsing the post archives

Articles related to ‘meego’

Intel To Discontinue MeeGo Development?


Intel To Discontinue MeeGo Development?

When Moblin and Maemo were merged to produce MeeGo, there were high hopes of producing a truly open OS for mobile devices. (Android is not truly open.) However, according to reports from Taiwan-based website DigiTimes, the MeeGo dream could be over soon. The MeeGo project suffered a major set back last year, when Nokia which…

 Linux   News  

By Ricky on September 5th
Continue Reading...
Advertisement

Nokia Says No To Android – Decides Their Future Lies With MeeGo And Symbian


Nokia Says No To Android – Decides Their Future Lies With MeeGo And Symbian

Android may have now become one of the two dominant mobile platforms (iOS being the other), but Nokia has no plan to join the Android bandwagon anytime in the future. This is the first major decision that Nokia’s new CEO Stephen Elop has taken.

 Gadgetizor   Mobile   News  

By Ricky on November 20th
Continue Reading...

Maemo and Moblin combined to produce MeeGo


Maemo and Moblin combined to produce MeeGo

Intel and Nokia have announced that they are merging their respective Linux operating environments to power future smart-phones and tablets. This merger will combine Intel’s Moblin platform with Nokia’s Maemo platform to create a new platform called MeeGo. Currently, Intel’s Moblin OS is used in Netbooks while Nokia’s Maemo powers Nokia’s N900.

 General   Mobile   News   OS   Software  

By Ricky on February 16th
Continue Reading...

Latest Published Articles



Browse the Archives Section

Latest Video Tutorials



See all available Video Tutorials Section

Windows 7 Arsenal



See all articles in our Windows 7 Arsenal

How-To Guides



See all articles in our How-To Guides Section

Linux Arena



See all our articles related to Linux

Smart Tips & Tricks



Find out about more such Tips & Tricks