Long gone are the times when this legend ruled the streets, Nokia had the major chunk of the market share for 14 years in a row. With over 27% of the total market size cap, Nokia dictated terms of the trade and decided future technology along the lines of mobile telephony.
More than seven years before Apple rolled out the iPhone, the Nokia design team showed to the top executives a phone with a color touch screen set above a single button. The device was shown locating a restaurant, playing a racing game and ordering lipstick. In the late 1990s, Nokia secretly developed [...]
Nokia has made good time with MeeGo running handset the N9. The N9 has been officially announced today. Apart from the obvious MeeGo the device has a 3.9″ AMOLED display with a high resolution of 854×480 px.
Detailed Specs3.9 inch AMOLED [...]
Intel’s Linux based OS grabbing a lot of attention in the past has finally come to version 1.2. This revision adds improved Atom support and bug fixes, The newer audio and networking stacks improve overall performance and add A2DP streaming and HSPA+ support. The new Tablet UI shown off in February by Intel has also been included in the revision. Hit the link below for a complete change-log and download goodness.MeeGo Reference Kernels supporting a variety of Intel Atom and ARMv7 platforms. QML Application Framework and extended Qt-Mobility APIs, including additional location, system, connectivity, and sensor/haptic capabilities for rapid, rich, application [...]
Nokia has just released its teaser video for the upcoming N9. All specs are currently unknown except for the fact that you can spot the 12MP AF Carl Zeiss lens in the video and Nokia have confirmed on their Facebook page that the device runs MeeGo.
According to a report filed by Reuters, Nokia’s new and upcoming Tablets will not be coming with Windows Phone 7. A source in common with the Finnish company’s plans told the publication that Nokia is weighing all options when it comes to tablets, and its now sleepy smartphone operating system — MeeGo — is a definite possibility. This February, Nokia announced that it would use Microsoft’s Windows Phone mobile operating systems on future, high-end smartphones. The company’s tablet plans are, however, still unknown. A recent patent filing found in the United States Patent and Trade Office’s database has reignited rumors that the mobile giant will be releasing a tablet.
So, Nokia has joined hands with Microsoft to develop future products, what does this mean? We have the details and will be shedding light on the insides and out of the alliance and what it does for us.
To start off, we expected Symbian to either be completely re-invented or be completely exterminated. Nokia choose the latter, they probably thought it was much easier than to invent an OS in a market that was way ahead of them. This alliance comes with the death of Symbian in a slow and steady manner. In the presentation created by Stephen Elop (ceo of Nokia) t it’s clear that [...]