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jimcondon
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jimcondon   2/21/2011 2:11:04 AM
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I'd like to see Meego succeed to keep a truly open environment available for this segment. Between iOS, Android, and Window Phone, Android is the most open but still under control of Google. Intel has given Meego the most freedom of these environments. I hope they find a strong partner to go forward with.

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ManasK.RayChaudhuri   2/21/2011 1:45:55 AM
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We have to watch out patiently.

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old account Frank Eory   2/19/2011 11:00:49 PM
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goafrit, I agree about the name. It makes me think MeeGoNowhere. And Nowhere seems to be exactly where it's headed.

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Sheetal.Pandey   2/19/2011 7:56:59 PM
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This is some news. I guess Intel CEO has clear vision. Nokia on other hand calling shots as per the business pressure.Let us watch the space for more news.

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eewiz   2/19/2011 1:19:49 PM
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@lifewingmate MeeGo merging with Android aint gonna happen. Google already has lot of help in developing Android. But since both Android & MeeGo has Linux Kernel, Intel could try to make it easy for developers to port the Apps from Android, Or even better, just develop a virtual machine to run Android apps on MeeGo.

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lifewingmate   2/19/2011 5:50:31 AM
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Here's a new thought. MeeGo can stay the same "underneath" since it is a "safer" Linux-based system (far less bugs and viruses than Microsoft-based systems), it should be marketed/packaged differently. Since it is open source, maybe it could merge with Android OS rather than competing with it per se.

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chanj0   2/18/2011 7:35:11 PM
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The business decision will drive the technological advancement. Qt has been around for a while, doing not bad. MeeGo seems to be a reasonable good OS and the partnership between Nokia and Intel would likely help MeeGo penetration into the market. Now, with the change, the future of MeeGo is an unknown. Qt's life may be in jeopardy. Which company would be the best option for Intel? Will Windriver be considered? Or shall Intel grow Meego?

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Tombo0   2/18/2011 4:15:34 PM
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Not just MeeGo. What about Qt?? It will probably go the same way. It's making me think about future design decisions.

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goafrit   2/18/2011 4:09:00 PM
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No, I can buy and make it better. Intel can partner with me. It is not dead. Just that the name is funny and not cool. Give it a new name and make it geeky.

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krisi   2/18/2011 4:05:31 PM
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It is kind of funny to read CEO saying that I like competitor product (Android) better than mine (MeeGo)...Kris

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