MWC 2010: MeeGo – Nokia and Intel’s vision for Linux

By Alan Ng - Feb 15, 2010

Here’s one of many huge announcements expected to come out of MWC 2010. Nokia and Intel has just announced ‘MeeGo’ – a linux-based platform consisting of the merge between Nokia’s Maemo and Intel’s Moblin.

As reported from MobileBurn, MeeGo will now be the main Linux platform for both companies, with the service aimed not only on Cell phones, but also mobile computers, TVs, tablet PCs, as well as selected vehicles.

Applications will be available on Nokia’s Ovi store and Intel’s AppUp Center. For more information on the new initiative, you can visit the official website here.

Expect a full review of what MeeGo has to offer soon. Let us know your reaction to the news, especially if you are a Nokia N900 user.

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