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EXCLUSIVE: Intel promises MeeGo device before Christmas...

EXCLUSIVE: Intel promises MeeGo device before Christmas...

By 5 May 2010

Possibly good news for fans of Nokia wondering when their next flagship model will hit. Intel has confirmed to Pocket-lint that there will be a MeeGo powered Moorestown mobile phone on sale in the UK by the end of 2010. "You will see MeeGo Moorestown... >>

Intel and Nokia demo MeeGo 1.0

Intel and Nokia demo MeeGo 1.0

By 15 April 2010

Intel's Moblin UI, demonstrated at Mobile World Congress back in February, and Nokia's Maemo OS have been mashed up together into a combined project called MeeGo, which the two companies have started to show off. Version 1.0 of the software looks pretty... >>

Nokia and Intel announce MeeGo

Nokia and Intel announce MeeGo

By 15 February 2010

8 months after Nokia and Intel announced a partnership to work together the company has launched MeeGo.   Rather than a handset with a Moorestown chipset as found in the LG GW990 announced at CES, the collaboration will instead be a software platform... >>

IntelAppUp.com app store live for netbook owners

IntelAppUp.com app store live for netbook owners

By 8 January 2010

It seems Samsung is not the only company to reveal app store plans at CES, as Intel has unveiled IntelAppUp.com, a new online marketplace offering widgets for netbooks. Partnering with Acer, Asus, Dell, and Samsung, at this stage, the store is now live... >>

Moblin 2.1 released for netbooks

Moblin 2.1 released for netbooks

By 5 November 2009

The Moblin Linux project, which aims to create a user-friendly, lightweight and media-rich interface for mobile devices, has announced the release of version 2.1 for Intel Atom-based devices. A video overview of version 2.0 is on Youtube, and there's... >>

VIDEO: Dell Mini 10v gets Ubuntu Moblin Remix

VIDEO: Dell Mini 10v gets Ubuntu Moblin Remix

By 24 September 2009

Dell is offering a Mini 10v netbook running an "Ubuntu Moblin Remix" for developers. Moblin, an open source project, created by Intel and the Linux Foundation, is optimised for mobile devices. It boasts a user interface focused on using the internet,... >>