MeeGo enables an open ecosystem for rapid development of exciting new user experiencesNEWS HIGHLIGHTSGlobal leaders Intel Corporation and Nokiamerge Moblin and Maemo to create MeeGo*, a Linux-based softwareplatform that will support multiple hardware architectures across thebroadest range of device segments, including pocketable mobilecomputers, netbooks, tablets, mediaphones, connected TVs and in-vehicleinfotainment systems.MeeGo offers the Qt applicationdevelopment environment, and builds on the capabilities of the Moblincore operating system and reference user experiences. Using Qt,developers can write once to create applications for a variety ofdevices and platforms, and market them through Nokia's Ovi Store andIntel AppUpSM Center.MeeGo will behosted by the Linux Foundation and governed using the best practices ofthe open source development model. The first release of MeeGo isexpected in the second quarter of 2010 with devices launching later inthe year.Nokia and Intel expect MeeGo to be adopted widelyby global device manufacturers, network operators, semiconductorcompanies, software vendors and developers.
Hey as is always said two minds working together is always better than one. The minds in this case are R&D departments, but I think it equates the same thing basically.
MeeGo is a funny name...
Yeah but look at all the different phones they all have weird names as do most of there OS software. I just like the fact that at the bottom it's based on open source mechanics coding and operation wise.
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