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Mixed signals for MeeGo at dev con

5/23/2011 09:54 PM EDT
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re: Mixed signals for MeeGo at dev con
chanj0   5/24/2011 12:20:44 AM
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In general, I agree the assessment that the mobile phone market is congested. Tablet market seems to be a viable market for MeeGo. Android is trying yet it couldn't stop the momentum of iPad. The chance of either one of the OS bridging into tablet market will likely rely on 6 factors. 1) Amount of apps and uniqueness of apps. 2) Hardware features. 3) Ease of product prototyping and development. 4) Overall performance including touchscreen responsiveness. 5) CPUs supported. 6) Human technology. There may be more factors such as form factor and such. However, the key is whether the OS can bring more than the competitor's OS to customer and how the features are delivered.

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re: Mixed signals for MeeGo at dev con
rick merritt   5/23/2011 10:13:07 PM
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Will you use MeeGo? Why or why not?

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