An Internet goer has dug up a picture of what appears to be a Nokia tablet running its new MeeGo operating system, a collaboration with Intel.
Nokia N9 is expected to showcase the MeeGo mobile platform...but now reports have it packing a version of Intel's Atom processor.
At least someone's being honest about Microsoft's smartphone: an LG exec says sales have been sub par.
Rumors indicate that Nokia and Microsoft have been meeting about a possible Windows Phone 7 Nokia device in 2011.
Intel unveiled plans for its Atom processors to be inside of nearly three dozen tablets across three operating systems in 2011.
Nokia is bucking the trend to adopt Android and instead doubling down on its investments in MeeGo and Symbian.
The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, today announced that China Mobile has become a Gold member, marking the first time a Chinese enterprise has joined The Linux Foundation.
Nokia posted a surprisingly strong third quarter net profit of about $733 million...but also announced it's canning up to 1,800 employees.
The Symbian Foundation director Lee Williams has stepped down suddenly as executive director as the platform struggles for mindshare.
Excellent news for fans of Mozilla Firefox. The organization has announced its first release of Firefox 4 beta for Android and Maemo platforms.
Contradicting Nokia's upbeat claims about MeeGo devices, an Intel executive says MeeGo-based phones won't go on sale until 2011.
The head of Nokia's MeeGo product platform, Ari Jaaksi, has resigned just ahead of the launch of the first MeeGo devices.
The struggling company is hoping that using the Linux based MeeGo OS will help them move back into the top spot.
Nokia has confirmed future N-series smartphones will be based on MeeGo, its forthcoming open source mobile operating system venture with Intel.
Intel and Nokia have opened the doors on their combined open source MeeGo mobile operating system..and expects an initial release in May.