MeeGo / Mer / Sailfish
By Humberto Saabedra on September 16, 2013
Jolla announces full Android compatibility for its Sailfish OS as well as Sailfish OS compatibility with common Android hardware platforms
By Christopher Price on March 8, 2013
Also, what Nokia can do to buy their way out of the problem… and how Nokia cost our founding editor five figures along the way.
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By Humberto Saabedra on August 20, 2012
Jolla’s CEO reveals that its first device will be able to run Android applications, Jolla’s spokesperson subsequently downplays the report.
By Humberto Saabedra on August 8, 2012
Nokia updates its Beta Suite desktop client for Windows with partial support for the still popular N9
By Humberto Saabedra on July 26, 2012
Nokia’s plan for “the next billion” in the Meltemi Linux platform has been dead for awhile, with Reuters being the latest to confirm its status as a dead initiative today.
By Humberto Saabedra on July 7, 2012
The core Nokia MeeGo team bails on the Finnish conglomerate and announces a new company dedicated to manufacturing phones based on the technically great, but underappreciated operating system
By Christopher Price on June 15, 2012
Nokia’s CEO Steven Elop today, when asked about Nokia’s Linux phone efforts for the “next billion” did not leave any margin for hope.
Posted in MeeGo / Mer / Sailfish, Nokia, Windows Phone | Tagged 808 pureview, app store, Apple, belle, copland, ios, linux, Maemo, meego, meltimi, n700, n800, n810, N9, N900, n950, Nokia, series 40, Series 60, Symbian, Windows Phone
By Humberto Saabedra on June 14, 2012
Nokia to cut 10,000 workers across the entire company, and makes other changes, to weather its current bleak financial and sales performance
By Christopher Price on May 11, 2012
The Nokia N9 embraces freedom in real-time mobile software, unlike any other mobile phone today. But, is its late arrival in the crucial American market simply too little, too late?