Jolla has announced its first smartphone running the new Sailfish OS, a device named after the company and sporting a 4.5-inch screen and a dual-core processor. It's available for pre-order today.
Jolla has demonstrated its Sailfish OS on stage at a startup event in Finland today. Built from the ashes of MeeGo, Jolla see Sailfish as a new and very different challenger in the mobile market.
Jolla, the company resurrecting the MeeGo mobile OS, has announced $260 million in funding and plans to reveal its first phone soon.
Jolla, a Finnish startup, has announced plans to release a new smartphone based on MeeGo, the OS dropped by Nokia in favor of Windows Phone.
Even in market crowded by iOS, Android and Windows Phone, Mozilla plans to add a new contender: Firefox OS. What can the open-source company bring to the game, and does it stand a chance of competing?
Samsung will be integrating their Bada mobile operating system with Tizen, their joint OS project with Intel. Work has already commenced, and we could see devices running the OS later this year.
Nokia has released a video showing the manufacturing process for its sleek N9 phone, which may be the first Nokia Windows Phone.
Yes, MeeGo is dead - not that it ever really lived - but there's a new open-source Linux-based mobile platform in the future: Tizen. Why?
Tizen, the OS that is replacing MeeGo, is gaining a lot of support. Reports indicate that Acer, Asus, and possibly HTC may join the party soon.
With no Nokia to back it, Intel has killed MeeGo. It will ressurect it as 'Tizen,' a new smartphone OS platform it's making with Samsung.
Nokia is making use of that deal with Microsoft and will drop Symbian in the US and Canada to fully promote Windows Phone 7.
Nokia's Swedish website is officially counting down the day to the release of the N9 on September 23. The Nokia N9 is the first MeeGo phone to hit the market, and will utilize a purely touch user interface.
Intel showed off 10 different devices in New York this week. We went hands-on to check out its obscure lineup of Atom-based tablets.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop introduces the first Nokia WP7 phone, and the video is making the rounds despite his plea for confidentiality.
With the first Windows Phone 7-based Nokia devices set to debut later this year, Nokia today revealed the only handset to run on the now-defunct MeeGo OS, the stylish N9.