Intel has posted a video demo of the pre-alpha MeeGo for tablets on YouTube. Nokia and Intel’s Linux OS aims to provide a cheap alternative to Windows and Android on Net Books and smartphones, writes Cliff Saran on Computer Weekly.
An interesting article on the x86 architecture, and reasons for its continued innovation, has been put on the site – x86 processors buck R&D investment trend.
Nokia has announced shipment of its N900 mobile computing device based on open source Maemo 5 software, which was announced back in August.
Nokia has released what is widely described as a me-too netbook, the Booklet 3G, and it is powered by an Atom. However there is talk of an ARM-based offereing from Nokia appearing in six months.