“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.”
Intel Sees Future For MeeGo Mobile System After Nokia
2011-02-17 Intel 11 Comments
It better be, mobile devices is a juice market Intel want’s to get in badly, and I’d really like to seem them there.
This billion dollar company want to diversify, since Windows broke the x86 monopoly value with ARM.
I think they will do some major software acquisitions and further invest in Meego to push an end to end hardware/software solution.
The margins in only selling hardware is going to get to thin in the next 10 years.
What are the odds Intel tries to buy Qt from Nokia