Today we are announcing the project release of MeeGo v1.0. This release provides developers with a stable core foundation for application development and a rich user experience for Netbooks. The MeeGo Netbook user experience is the first to appear, with the development of the MeeGo Handset user experience moving to the open in June.
Intel's MeeGo Linux team isn't resting on its netbook-centric laurels. In February, the chipmaker released what it called a "developer preview" of a MeeGo user experience (or "UX") for tablet computers. In April, it officially made the source code available too, making it one of the first publicly-visible glimpses at MeeGo Linux 1.2.
Phoronix: "The MeeGo operating system as a joint project between Intel and Nokia was announced back in February. An initial test release was made available in early April, but yesterday's MeeGo 1.0 release is the first where they are providing a stable netbook version."
The Linux Foundation's MeeGo project announced the final release of the open source Linux-based MeeGo 1.2, including the first finished version of its tablet UX (user experience), plus updated netbook and in-vehicle infotainment UXes. MeeGo 1.2 features new telephony and wireless communications features, as well as location and sensor/haptic capabilities, says the project....
MeeGo, the operating system that Intel and Nokia collaborated to build, has mostly been associated with smartphones. But, in the past few weeks, the Indian market has seen it make an appearance on two netbook models - the Asus eeePC X101 and the Samsung N100. But does Meego succeed where Android failed?
The MeeGo Project has had multiple releases and has progressed significantly since its announcement in February 2010. This article provides an overview of the MeeGo Project for newcomers, a review of the benefits MeeGo Linux provides to the players in the mobile ecosystem, and discusses the features in the latest MeeGo 1.1 release, announced October 28, 2010.
There's a lot of buzz about the soon to be released Eee PC X101H — the $199 Netbook from ASUS running MeeGo in place of Windows 7. But just what is MeeGo? MeeGo is a Linux-based open source Operating System optimized for the next generation of PC users. MeeGo is all about staying connected.