MeeGo was a joint venture by Intel and Nokia to create a next generation open source mobile operating system for phones, netbooks, tablets and devices like navigation systems and TV set top boxes.
Nokia withdrew from the project in February 2011 and then released the last and only MeeGo phones the N9 and N950. Intel renamed the project as Tizen in September, 2011. Tizen replaces Qt with Web technologies and targets the same platforms as MeeGo. Development of the original MeeGo codebase continues as a community project under the name Mer. Jolla which will will launch its first phone in 2013 is based on Mer.
Here are some mobile sites covering MeeGo and its successors.
Jolla's new site uses a responsive design principles to adapt to mobile and desk viewports. It works well in mobile browsers, including Opera Mini, that can handle the site's rather heavy pages. Jolla Ltd., which is headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, is developing mobile devices and open Sailfish OS based on MeeGo and Mer Core open source projects.
Jolla's first handset, which will be released in 2013 will be an afforable device with mass market appeal that will be fully open to developers and hackers to modify and improve.
The personal blog of Quim Gil, MeeGo advocate and community manager at Nokia. This is the place to learn what's happening with the MeeGo project, get involved and maybe even install an early unstable release of MeeGo on your N900.
My N900 Diary
Tech blog covering MeeGo, Maemo and the Nokia N900 with news, opinions, tips and tricks and software reviews.