Monday, February 15, 2010

Nokia + Intel = MeeGo (OS)

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Intel and Nokia have merged forces in an attempt to increasing mobile competition from gaints like Google, Apple, and Microsoft. The two companies have merged their mobile OSes into one entity: MeeGo
Now speaking what MeeGo is?

MeeGo is a merger of Nokia’s Maemo OS and Intel’s Moblin OS, both of which are Linux-based. Maemo is the platform that runs the Nokia N900, while Moblin runs on phones such as the LG GW990 and netbooks from Foxconn, Acer, and others.
The duos will utilize Nokia’s Ovi Store for its apps., and MeeGo is not limited with mobile phones only, but is intended to work on netbooks, tablets, and televisions as well.

The Big Merge: A Message from Intel and Nokia
Still, Nokia isn’t giving up without a fight. We’ll have to wait and see what the two companies come up with later this year.
(via mashable)
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