Nokia MeeGo OS News
17th July, 2012
Android 4.0.4 is now available to download for the Nokia N9.
30th April, 2012
The Nokia N9 will be updated to a new version of MeeGo in May !
9th February, 2012
Android Ice Cream Sandwich has been dual-booted on the Nokia N9
31st October, 2011
Nokia have released a video showcasing NFC on the Nokia N9.
30th September, 2011
A white version of the Nokia N9 has been leaked, but will it launch?
27th September, 2011
The Nokia N9 is now rolling out across the world.
11th August, 2011
The Nokia N9 will not be launching in the UK or US, but why ?
27th July, 2011
The Nokia N9 runs on the MeeGo platform and is rumoured to be
25th October, 2010
Nokia makes making strategic technology decisions.
16th September, 2010
Many "industry insiders" were expecting Nokia to show off the MeeGo
9th July, 2012
The MeeGo platform is due to startup thanks to a new startup company.
19th March, 2012
The Nokia N9 can now be updated to a new version of MeeGo.
30th December, 2011
Nokia Pulse is now available to download for the Nokia N9.
3rd October, 2011
Nokia have released a video telling the story of the Nokia N9 from
29th September, 2011
Intel and Samsung join forces to produce Tizen, which is the
13th September, 2011
Nokia N9 costs more than an iPhone 4, but will it come to the UK ?
2nd August, 2011
The Nokia N9 is the new flagship Nokia smartphone and it could launch
10th February, 2011
First MeeGo smartphone halted by Nokia.
15th October, 2010
New version of Maemo will enabels users to dual-boot their Nokia N900.
31st August, 2010
3D technology could change the way we use our mobile devices.
MeeGO was a Linux-based operating system created by Intel and Nokia and built for 3G mobiles as well as computers and other smart gadgets. Launched in 2010, it was intended to merge Intel's and Nokia's proprietary smartphone OSes, and showed up on just one consumer phone, the Nokia N9 before it was discontinued in September 2011.
Its community developers are said to want to continue MeeGo without the original founders, though it's unclear whether Intel and Nokia will allow use of the brand. Nokia is now focusing on Windows Phone for its smartphone OS and Symbian S40 for its more basic phones.