Linked by fran on Thu 17th Feb 2011 17:54 UTC
Intel "Intel Corp. said the MeeGo mobile operating system developed with Nokia has a future even after the Finnish handset maker's decision to use Microsoft Corp.'s software in some devices.[..]Meego will be used in tablets this year, the CEO said. It will also be used in mobile phones and in embedded devices in the automotive industry , he said."
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Comment by avgalen
by avgalen on Sat 19th Feb 2011 08:49 UTC
avgalen
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2010-09-23

from all the announcements about Meego I get the impression it will only be used for PC/Laptop/Netbook/Tablet and not for phone.

Seeing that Nokia normally uses relatively slow hardware to build decent to lower priced phone, I am guessing (yes, this is just a guess) that Meego just turned out to be to slow to run on most of Nokia's hardware. Anyone has any theory to support/disprove this theory?

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