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Articles tagged with: MeeGo

MeeGo Is Back To Life!

Jolla is a Finnish company smartphone product company that consists majorly of former Nokia employees. They have announced to take over the Nokia’s left-for-dead brand operating system that’s known as MeeGo operating system. The operating system basically was developed by Nokia for N9 smartphone but then decided to drop the plan and rather go for Windows OS.

Nokia’s First Windows 7 Phones Due Later This Year

The Finnish cellphone maker, Nokia will introduce its first smartphones with Microsoft Windows Phone 7 operating system later this year. Nokia has been around for quite some time in the mobile world and have a long reputation of attaching itself to the Symbian operating system.

Although Symbian was a solid mobile operating system ten years ago, it fails to meet the intuitive feel of both iOS, Windows Phone 7, and Android. Thus, the announcement of integrating Windows Phone 7 in the new Nokia smartphones are sure to make a number of people smile.

Leaked Photos: Nokia N9- Coming Soon!

Nokia is jet set to launch the 11th Nokia Connection event in Singapore tomorrow. The company is expected to reveal the highly anticipated Nokia N9 at the conference. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the Finnish phone manufacturers lineup, the N9 is the successor of the well known Nokia N900 smartphone.

The handset will run the MeeGo operating system (phew), leaving those dreading Symbian, jumping for joy. Thanks to Pocketnow, we have a few leaked photos, and this phone is looking thinner than you’d ever expect!

Next Generation Atom Netbooks

The Atom N2600 hitting computers nationwide will be clocked at 1.6GHz and use only 3.5 watts of power. The new chip will come with an integrated graphics chipset of GMA 5600 graphics clocked at 400MHz. The RAM will be limited to 2GB of DDR3-800 and support netbook screen sizes between 7-10.2 inches, 4-6 batteries, 32GB SSDs up to 250GB HDDs, and will be priced no more than $329.

Future netbooks with the upgraded Atom N2800 will clock in at 1.86GHz, use 6.5 watts of power, have a GMA 5650 integrated graphics chipset clocked at 640MHz and support up to 4GB of DDR3 RAM, clocked at 1066MHz. The latter cpu will support netbook and laptop screens as large as 12.1-inches with prices greater than $329.

CyberPad C100 Unveiled At Intel Developer Forum, Beijing

The CyberPad C100 was unveiled at the Intel Developer Forum in Beijing. The 10.1-inch device comes in three flavors; 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB Solid State Drives. The tablet has a 1.3 megapixel front facing camera, two USB 2.0 ports, one mini HDMI, one micro SD card and a SIM card slot. The device will also give users the option of running whichever mobile operating system they choose, so long as it’s Android Gingerbread, Windows 7, or MeeGo.

We are unaware of what the pricing will look like but based on the specifications and customizations alone I would guess it’ll be on the more expensive side.

Nokia Shame On Thee: Symbian Till 2014

Nokia has unfortunately decided to roll with the antiquated Symbian OS for the next 3 years, and maybe even longer. A report released today from Australia IT, claimed that Nokia’s Australian managing director said that Nokia is bound by contract to support new devices for two years. Since the company has already decided to release new Symbian phones in 2011 and 2012, they will be stuck with the operating system until at least 2014 and perhaps even longer if they continue to release new Symbian phones in 2013.