Linked by William from Texas on Thu 3rd Jun 2010 21:30 UTC
Linux Last week's release of MeeGo v1 is an effort by US chip maker Intel and European cellular giant Nokia to enter the mobile OS arena. Will it be able to compete? While Apple and Google vie for market dominance, MeeGo offers itself as a 3rd choice with strong Linux roots.
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RE[3]: Comment by diegocg
by dragos.pop on Fri 4th Jun 2010 12:21 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by diegocg"
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Take a look at QT Mobility project.
It will give you a portable way to access mobile phone sensors (Acceleration, Position...), camera, contacts, calendar, SMS/MMS ...
When all this will be release quality it will cover over 90% of the needs of phone app developers.
So you could write a program and compile for everything, all in ANSI C++ and QT (close to java's write once, run everywhere).

Unfortunately IPhone and Android will not be supported anytime soon.

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