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Asus' MeeGo-based Eee PC X101 hits e-tailers for $200

First announced at Computex, Asus is preparing to shove its latest mini-notebook out of the gates with units already available for preorder through online retailer including Amazon. Netbooks have undoubtedly lost ground to tablets, but major vendors seem agree that…

Nokia announces MeeGo-based N9 smartphone

Nokia has already decided to put all its weight behind Microsoft's Windows Phone as its primary mobile platform, but today the company has nonetheless announced its first MeeGo-based smartphone. Dubbed Nokia N9, the device comes with a curved unibody design…

MeeGo 1.2 lands for netbooks and tablets, but not smartphones

MeeGo has been updated to version 1.2, helping device vendors and developers create software for various device categories on Intel Atom and ARMv7 architectures. You can start by grabbing the MeeGo v1.2 Core Software Platform and the MeeGo v1.2 SDK.…

LG picks up Meego as Nokia backs away

LG Electronics is moving to adopt the Linux-based MeeGo operating system after Nokia largely abandoned it, one of the project's leaders said. Apparently Nokia's dominant role in the project had held back other phone makers from adopting the technology.

Fujitsu unveils world's first MeeGo netbook

Fujitsu has announced the debut of the Lifebook MH330, the company's first MeeGo netbook based on the Intel Atom processor. The company also appears to be the first vendor to offer a netbook preinstalled with MeeGo; although MeeGo for Netbooks…

Intel: No MeeGo handsets or tablets until 2011

Not only has Ari Jaaksi, Nokia's Vice President of Devices for MeeGo, recently departed, but an Intel executive has admitted that MeeGo-powered smartphones and tablets won't debut until next year, according to Forbes. The double-blow comes eight months after Intel…