Mobile Linux-Intel Moblin platform and Nokia Maemo combined

Today at the event, Mobile World Congress 2010, held in Barcelona (Spain), Intel and Nokia have announced the merger of its mobile Linux-systems Moblin and Maemo to create a single software platform[t:tag slug=platforma]platform, dubbed MeeGo.

Draft MeeGo positioned as “Open Source-platform for next-generation computing devices.” The system will be designed to run on devices of different types: portable laptops and netbooks, Internet tablets and smartphones, embedded TV-systems. Purpose MeeGo - become a unified and universal mobile Linux-platform, which will operate on computers of different architectures and different purposes.

Equally important, the project MeeGo will be posted on the site nonprofit Linux Foundation.

15 February 2010

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