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MeeGo

MeeGo is a Linux-based open source operating system, which was announced at MWC 2010 (Mobile World Congress) in February 2010 by Nokia and Intel in a joint press conference. It was developed because Microsoft did not offer complete Windows 7 support for the Intel’s Atom processor. It is designed to run on a variety of hardware platforms, such as tablet PCs, netbooks, nettops, notebooks, Smartphones, desktops, etc. MeeGo operating system is hosted by Linux Foundation and is functioning according to its rules.

Nokia Strategies in 2011 to compete in Smartphone wars

When Android operating system enters into the Smartphone market, it has completely changed the market shares of the Nokia’s Symbian operating system. Android was giving very tougher competition to Symbian. So, Nokia outlined its new strategic direction, including changes in operational structure as well as in the leadership to accelerate the company’s speed of execution in this competitive market.

  • Symbian History

    Symbian 1

    Symbian 1 was announced in March 2007 and formed the basis for the Symbian platform. It incorporated the Symbian operating system and Series 60 5th edition that was built on Symbian OS 9.4.

  • Rss feed Symbian^ 2 – History

    Symbian^2 was the first open source Symbian operating system, which was available only to members of Symbian Foundation.

  • Blog Archive History of Symbian 3

    Symbian^3 was first unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2010 on February 15, 2010. Symbian^3 is a third version of Symbian operating system

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Death for Symbian!

Can Symbian Fight Back? Does it have anything left in it to give back?. Thats what even we wanna find Out. We will keep you updated in this darkest times for being a Symbian Fan