Features

icon

Top Ten Things Nokia could have done with their London Nokia Store

Ewan Spence looks back with a practised eye on Ten Things that Nokia could have done with their Regent Street flagship store in order to have made it a success... 

# Posted by Ewan in Comment at 13:31 UTC, Dec 15th || Comments

2015 is the new 1984 as Nokia plan to take over The Way We Live Next

In which Ewan Spence takes a slightly light hearted look at the infrastructure and privacy implications of Nokia's latest Device/Services concept video, introduced at The Way We Live Next event in Espoo. Rafe responds, having been in attendance. Your comments most welcome, of course - this one could run and run!

# Posted by Rafe, Ewan in Comment at 13:07 UTC, Nov 12th || Comments
icon

Talking to Ari Jaaski at Nokia World 2009

At Nokia World this year I, together with a number of other online influencers, had a chance to sit down and talk to Dr. Ari Jaaski (Vice President, Maemo Device at Nokia) as part of a group interview. I took the opportunity to ask about the developer story in the transition from Maemo 5 to 6, the strategic positioning of Maemo, and some of the issues around tight device schedules and open source. Read on for more.

# Posted by Rafe in Interviews, Comment, Develop at 22:05 UTC, Sep 10th || Comments
icon

The Evolution of Maemo: Let's not go mad! :-)

The Nokia N900 and the Maemo 5 platform have received an overwhelmingly positive response from the mobile device community, and an unprecedented amount of general interest too. This looks like becoming quite a successful device and a successful launch for the latest version of Maemo. But is there the danger of overhype, of expectations being built up to such an unrealistic level that the actual product becomes an inevitable disappointment? Let's have a look at Maemo's history to see what it can tell us about this topic...

# Posted by Tzer2 in Comment, Hardware at 0:32 UTC, Sep 3rd || Comments
icon

The Shape Of Things To Come

Maemo 5 has so far been announced on just one form factor, the side-sliding N900 smartphone. We suspect there will be more Maemo 5 devices coming in 2010, but will they all follow in the footsteps of the N900 or will they take on different forms? This article looks at the options open to Nokia over how they can deploy their new cutting edge platform.

# Posted by Tzer2 in Comment, Hardware at 22:42 UTC, Sep 2nd || Comments
icon

If you can't afford the N900 and Maemo 5, have a look at the N810 and Maemo 4

The N900 and Maemo 5 are obviously going to be getting the lion's share of Maemo coverage over the next few weeks and months, but the N900's predecessor device is still on sale in many markets and has a relatively low price too (about 200 euros or less). In a special review feature All About Maemo takes a look at the Nokia N810 internet tablet, a classic little gadget from late 2007.

# Posted by Tzer2 in Comment, Hardware at 3:59 UTC, Sep 2nd || Comments
icon

The Unofficial Maemo FAQ

A few of the frequently ansked questions (FAQ) that we have encountered in relation to Maemo. Aimed at beginners. Please let us know if you have any further questions you would like us to answer.

# Posted by AAM in How To, Comment, Software, Hardware at 17:29 UTC, Aug 27th || Comments
«    1  .  2  .  3  .  4  .  5  .  6  .  7  

Search

About

Welcome to All About MeeGo. We provide news, reviews, tutorials and resources about the Meego platform.

Also All About

External Links