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Nokia Store for Symbian became a time capsule on 1 January.
App developers have been told Nokia will call time on support for the older OSes sooner than expected.
Jolla's rotational CEO strategy continues.
Anyone who used MeeGo will quickly see that BlackBerry 10 has many of those swiping design elements in its new UI. MeeGo went farther in some respects, but there are much better prospects for more extensive application development with BlackBerry than there are with MeeGo now that Nokia killed that project.
Jolla, the company formed by former Nokia staffers hoping to breathe new life into the MeeGo platform that Nokia jettisoned, has taken the wraps off the UI for its Sailfish OS, as well as an SDK.
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Jolla, the Finnish start-up championing the Linux-based operating system MeeGo, will give delegates at a Helsinki conference the first taste of its Sailfish OS and its SDK in a matter of weeks, with news on a separate operating system effort to follow before too long.
The OS, codenamed 'Sailfish,' will be the centre of a new Hong Kong-based ecosystem alliance, according to the company, which has picked a datacentre in the region to support its plans.
Nokia's decline and swingeing job cuts have been tough on Finland, particularly on its software industry. The country's developers are staking their future on Windows Phone - could the gamble be just what the Finnish tech sector needs to get back on its feet?
Finnish smartphone startup Jolla is scouting out new talent in Finland and China, where Jolla's CEO Jussi Hurmola reckons its MeeGo OS can tap into the nation's hunger to make a mark on mobile innovation.
Expect more expensive Lumias, says Nokia's CEO, after writing down the value of the components the company carries following a lowered sales outlook
The ex-Nokians have inked their first sales and distribution contract for smartphones running the Linux-derived mobile operating system
MeeGo was killed off by Nokia just after launch, but is being picked up by several ex-Nokia employees through a new company, Jolla.
Jolla, which comprises former key execs from Nokia's MeeGo N9 department, says it will continue "world's best smartphone product" with a product launch later this year.
The Open Invention Network, a Linux patent protection consortium, is expanding its defense to related open-source programs such as KVM, Git, OpenJDK, and WebKit. Mobile Linux distributions like Android, MeeGo, and webOS will also soon be expressly protected.
The Nokia N9 is one of the best smartphones available, but the general public knows little about this MeeGo sporting device. This latest update improves an already great operating system.
The Nokia N9 is a fantastic piece of hardware with a beautiful OS. Nokia tweaked the OS once with a nice update just after launch and is rolling out another update that adds several more functions and improvements.
Thanks to Android, Linux is well represented on tablets, but there hasn't been a free software tablet, without any proprietary bits, until now. The Spark, which will be based on MeeGo and use KDE Plasma for its interface, will be the first free software tablet.
Phone giant Nokia will not move its headquarters away from Finland, its chief executive Stephen Elop has said.Nokia entered into a strategic partnership with Microsoft on 11 Feb that saw the phone giant transition away from its Symbian and MeeGo mobile operating system to Microsoft's Windows Phone OS.
The Nokia N9 is a beautiful piece of hardware with a pleasant operating system. There are not many out there yet, but there are some cool functions and features to explore.
The Nokia N9 MeeGo-powered smartphone is starting to ship in select countries and I've had the chance to spend a bit of time with it.