The Ovi Store app on MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan just received an update. There are already a few apps, can’t wait to see more added!
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The Nokia N9 has been filed with the FCC, which means we can take a peek at the user manual for this MeeGo Harmattan device. I’ve noted some interesting snippets from a quick skim-read: On the lock screen, you can jump straight to the appropriate application for a notification by dragging its icon to the [...]
Lots of announcement hype and news: Nokia: N9 Swipe Engadget: Nokia’s N9 official – a luscious slab of MeeGo coming later this year Engadget: Nokia N9 first hands-on! The Nokia Blog: Nokia N9 Officially Announced cNet Australia: Nokia N9 hands on – three aMeeGos Wired Gadget Lab: Nokia’s MeeGo-Based N9 Is Sleek and Hot
By now many of you will have read the disappointing news that Nokia, the iconic provider of simple cell phones, has thrown in the towel, having announced a “strategic partnership” with Microsoft to ship new smartphones with Windows Phone 7. Nokia CEO (and former Microsoft Exec) Stephen Elop made the announcement at the Nokia Strategy [...]
Harri Hakulinen has announced over the official MeeGo Blog that the next firmware update (PR1.3) for the Nokia N900 is not far away, and that it will allow for the easy dual-booting of Maemo and MeeGo. He also provides an interesting update on the progress of the MeeGo for N900 adaptation project (not officially supported [...]
Some interesting news from The Nokia Blog, which comments on the new theming screenshots on the MeeGo developer documentation pages of the MeeGo website.
Running MeeGo 1.1 (Unstable) on the Nokia N900 At the beginning of August, qgil posted an overview of what’s required to get the currently unstable build of MeeGo 1.1 running on the Nokia N900. Exciting stuff – looks like I need to go and buy an SD card! Nokia Prototype Photos Leaked In mid-August, engadget [...]
MeeGo Handset Day 1 is here! Check out the video below of it running on an Aava (atom-based) handset, the screenshots gallery, and the release notes. A reminder that it’s still in its early stages, and only developers should be testing at this point in time. Also, check out the official announcement over on the [...]
Although the merger of Maemo and Moblin has been announced, development of “Harmattan” (which would have been Maemo 6) is continuing. It is unclear exactly how Harmattan will be branded, it will not be known as Maemo, but it will be “MeeGo compatible” – using QT as it’s recommended application development framework. Quim Gill posted [...]