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Meet the next mobile operating system getting a broad swath of support from industry players such as Sprint Nextel, NTT Docomo, and Intel.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is in a bind now, but the problems at the company sprung up long before he joined the company.
An Intel reference design phone with the new chip is showing solid performance in some important benchmarks, beating devices such as the iPhone 4S and Galaxy Nexus, says chip review site Anandtech.
A report claims Intel is backing off its MeeGo operating system for smartphones and tablets and instead will focus on hardware running Android and Windows.
Unveiled at the Intel Developer Forum, the upcoming Moblin 2.1 operating system will run on mobile devices, Netbooks, and nettops, putting it in competition with Windows.
Chipmaker will kick in its engineering know-how to help drive the growth of mobile and embedded devices running the Linux Foundation's open-source MeeGo platform.
An Intel executive's brandishing of a tablet design indicates that rivals to Apple's iPad are coming.
Open source hasn't been kind to its proprietary forbears, but it's also not doing any favors to its kin, driving the pace of innovation up and some open-source competitors out.
The companies are combining their respective Linux operating environments to power future devices like tablets and high-end smartphones.
Spoiler: it's Veronica! Also, gambling prostitutes. Ms. Belmont joins us today to talk about Google's abject apologies and speculate about what's inside that Google-Aid they're drinking down there. Plus, we think Windows Phone 7 looks pretty cool despite