Open source platform developer MeeGo's Head of Development, Sotiris Makrygiannis, recently announced that MeeGo would be parting ways with Finnish handset manufacturer Nokia.
Nokia has released its N9 PR 1.2 Beta version for its N950 developer devices. A complete changelog has been ...
For all those who own a Nokia N9, there‘s good news. Nokia has launched a newer version of Nokia Link ...
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At the Nokia Lumia 800 launch event in Russia, the Finish giant also let slip some other piece of news that‘s sure to bring joy to many Nokia fans. The
Nokia may have not officially unveiled the N9 at Nokia Wold 2011 but that hasn‘t stopped new information from pouring in. The MeeGo running phone gets a
In a sea of operating systems with Windows 7, the upcoming Windows 8 and the whole big bunch of Linux operating systems, there are a few niche platforms of
Nokia took their own sweet time in transitioning to the world of touchscreen mobiles. It started off with S60 5th Edition, then moved onto Symbian^3, Anna and now, Belle.
If a report on Digitimes is anything to go by, then upcoming and once promising MeeGo OS may soon be on its way out, due to fizzling out enthusiasm.
Leading cellphone maker Nokia today said it will stop using its mobile operating system Symbian by 2016 and recently showcased Nokia N9 will be the first and last handset in its portfolio on Meego platform.
Nokia Chief Executive Stephen Elop unveiled a new smartphone on Tuesday that uses software the firm plans to ditch, a move analysts said would do little to halt the Finnish firm's slide in market share for handsets.
Nokia's strategy for entering the tablet computer market may not include Microsoft, its recently announced partner for smartphones, according to a person with knowledge of the company's thinking.
Nokia has ended development of its first smartphone using its new MeeGo operating system before it was ever launched, two industry sources close to the company said.