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Three years ago today, Nokia announced the N9. We look back at the company's first, and last, MeeGo OS device - widely celebrated as one of the best smartphones ever launched, but ultimately doomed.
After launching in September at €399, Jolla has reduced the price of its Sailfish OS device to €349. The handset runs a Linux-based OS and is said to be the spiritual successor the Nokia N9.
Nokia has sent an email to Symbian and MeeGo app developers informing them they will not be able to upload new apps or update existing ones on the Symbian and MeeGo app stores after January 1st.
A team of ex-Nokia employees has created the Jolla, a new phone that runs Sailfish. This is a new and upgraded version of Nokia's Meego operating system which was abandoned in favor of Windows Phone.
Nokia may have abandoned MeeGo, but some of its former employees will launch a new MeeGo-based OS on a new handset next month. With over $270m in funding behind them, this could be just the beginning.
Yet another leak has come from the Nokia camp, but this time it's what could have been rather than what will be. The Nokia Lauta was going to be the successor to the Nokia N9 until it was cancelled.
Jolla, the recent startup of former Nokia employees dedicated to revitalizing MeeGo, announced its first partnership today, a distribution deal with China's largest mobile phone retailer.
A team comprised of ex-Nokia members who worked on the MeeGo-based N9 smartphone have launched a new startup company, Jolla, that will develop a new mobile OS based on MeeGo.
MeeGo isn't dead! Nokia has begun rolling out the latest update to the platform that is jam-packed with features to devices over the air. For a platform that's "dead" it's doing pretty well.
Nokia has announced that it will release a white version of its Meego-based N9 smartphone sometime before the end of 2011, beginning with the 64 GB version. The N9 will also be get a software update.
After being very secretive about updates for the N9, Nokia has announced today that the first update is available for the platform, and it brings a whole swathe of new features in tow.
The online US-based retailer Expansys is selling an unlocked version of Nokia's N9 smartphone, with the Meego operating system, to US residents but its a pricey option.
We sat down with Nokia and talked MeeGo, where the platform is today, and where it's going to head (at least in the short term). Good news; updates are coming, and they're jam-packed full of features.
This is awkward. We review the Nokia N9, the phone that was to be everything Windows Phone isn't. How does it stack up? We think the Meego is awesome, but is it better than WP7? Actually... yes.
Development of the open source Linux based operating system MeeGo is shutting down as the Linux Foundation is moving on to a new open source OS project, Tizen.
Nokia has started shipping its N9 smartphone in parts of Europe today. The smartphone, powered by the Meego operating system, will not sold in the US.
Smartphone maker HTC is interested in perhaps acquiring its own mobile OS. While not committed, the option is still on the table.
Prospects for MeeGo look bleaker than ever, as a new report suggests that Intel may be following Nokia's example, and preparing to distance itself from the struggling OS.
Earlier this month wireless phone maker Nokia announced the launch of the N9, a touch screen smartphone that runs under the MeeGo open source operating system. The phone is scheduled to be sold later this...
Today, Nokia announced at an event called CommunicAsia their all new Nokia N9 phone. The new candybar based phone is available in a range of colors, and comes running the open-source based "Meego" operating system...
Nokia's large and well-established developer community weren't exactly thrilled with the switch to Windows Phone that came with the company's partnership with Microsoft. Now, according to an email passed to SlashGear, the Finnish company is resorting...
When the partnership between Nokia and Microsoft was announced earlier this week, there was a mix of emotions. There was a lot of negative feedback about the deal from investors, engineers and even loyal Nokia...
Two sources close to Nokia have confirmed today the cancellation of the company's first MeeGo-based mobile phone, Yahoo is reporting. Following yesterday's leak of a memo from CEO Stephen Elop, where he referred to Nokia...
The GENIVI Alliance, a non-profit industry alliance whose founding members include BMW Group, Delphi, GM, Intel, Magneti-Marelli, PSA, Visteon and Wind River, have announced that they have chosen MeeGo as the basis of their next...