The company stops allowing developers to submit new applications or updates for the mobile operating systems.
A Finnish startup created by former Nokia executives is hoping to break through with their fledgling mobile operating system.
Nokia's ditched operating system has leapt out if its grave, thanks to Finnish startup Jolla.
MeeGo, the ill-fated operating system that graced the Nokia N9, has been put to rest and replaced by something called Tizen.
The Korean consumer electronics giant says MeeGo is an open-source project that cannot be a target of acquisition.
A group of former Nokia employees is resurrecting the ill-fated MeeGo, previously seen only on the doomed Nokia N9.
Finnish startup Jolla will use the Meego operating system, which Nokia developed with Intel but abandoned for Microsoft's Windows Phone platform.
The translucent software is made by Jolla, a company founded by ex-Nokia employees, and will fight Android.
The Korean consumer electronics giant may be looking to purchase Meego to use as its own proprietary mobile operating system.
Intel's and Nokia's MeeGo software will likely be relegated to an obscure role as a development platform, following the Nokia-Microsoft announcement yesterday.