The geek-tastic Nokia N900 smart phone is coming to Tesco phone stores this weekend, so you can bag your Linux-based mobile fix along with your shopping
Nokia has officially unveiled the N900 touchscreen smartphone, giving us our first glimpse of its new Maemo OS in action
The use of Qt is expected to make it easier for developers to write apps both for the Maemo mobile Linux OS and for Symbian, Nokia's smartphone platform.
The Nokia N900 almost lives up to the mobile computer name Nokia has given it -- check out our hands-on photos to find out about its Maemo-powered goodness
The deal will create a new way for Nokia to fight competition in the smartphone market by focusing on a Linux strategy as a strong alternative to the Symbian OS that Nokia is using today.
Running Nokia's Maemo OS, the N900 combines multitasking, Web browsing, a 3.5- inch touch screen, cell phone, and QWERTY keyboard.
The Atom-centric application storefront, which already carries Windows apps, in the future will also support apps written for the MeeGo platform.
The Nokia N900 is missing in action as Nokia delays its launch in UK stores by a week as it scrambles to get the software perfected to avoid an N97-style flop
Mozilla releases Fennec 1.0 beta 4 for Maemo this week, bringing us ever closer to a stable version of the Firefox mobile for Nokia Internet Tablets.
Android users, Firefox is making a major play to be your go-to browser. You can now sync all kinds of settings, open tabs, bookmarks, and passwords between Firefox 4 on your PC and Firefox 4 on your Android. Here's how it's done.