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jolla 500x250 Jolla says its ready to go global, plans to create Android launcher replicating Sailfish

Finnish smartphone maker Jolla says that it's ready to bring its Sailfish OS to more places across the globe. Previously loaded on phones sold in very limited quantities in Finland and other parts of Europe, Sailfish OS has now reached release 1.0 and is "ready for global distribution," according to Jolla, so the company has announced plans to launch in the following countries: Read More »

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symbian Symbian and MeeGo Store Support Officially Gone

I knew it was coming and yet I was still caught a little off guard when I read that there will officially be no more updates to any apps or games going forward in the Symbian or MeeGo store. Last year, Nokia announced that no new apps would be accepted or updates be able to applied to existing apps, after 31st December 2013. This was confirmed by Nokia's Symbian support team Via Twitter. Read More »

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jolla 2nd confirmation e mail 500x293 Jolla Review and First Impressions

Not too long ago, Jolla launched its first smartphone onto the world stage after over a year of careful planning and crafting their device was finally ready.  I couldn't wait to try one out; fortunately I didn't have to wait long and got a test device directly from Jolla, the company built by former Nokia employees who didn't want to see MeeGo disappear from the face of the Earth. While I didn't enough time with it to do a full on review I will give you a quick hybrid first impression/review. Read More »

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WP 20131219 15 50 27 Pro 500x255 Video: Unboxing of the First Jolla Device

For a limited time, Finnish device maker Jolla has let me demo their first device ever, and she's a beauty!  The Jolla phone is the first smartphone to run the brand new, swipe based Sailfish operating system. With it's minimalist design and it's swappable "other half," I can tell you that the few days Jolla has let me borrow this device will seem too short to me.  Read More »

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jolla 500x250 Jolla first Sailfish device will go on sale 27 November 2013

It's been a long time coming but in less than two weeks Jolla will release it's first phone to the public. This device has been in the works since Nokia decided to use Windows Phone (not MeeGo) as its smartphone phone operating system. When they did so, a handful of Nokia's MeeGo guys started their own company to continue their work. Now on the 27th, Finnish carrier DNA will set up a "pop-up shop" and sell the first batch of Jolla phones. Read More »

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jolla sailfish os Jollas Sailfish OS to Run Android and MeeGo Apps

One of the big questions about Jolla's new Sailfish OS would be ecosystem. I mean it is hard enough to get the average consumer to switch OS's alone but, if you are missing their favorite apps you have no shot at all. So what did Jolla do to bridge this gap? They made their OS Android and MeeGo app compatible.

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Jolla meego 500x282 New CEO at Jolla Already?

It what seems to be a simple reshuffling of cards at Jolla former COO, Marc Dillon, will take over as CEO at Jolla while current CEO Jussi Hurmola will now focus on "Sailfish strategy" (moving to the Jolla Board).

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mwc intel nokia meego 03 0902A601C600551031 Nokia and MeeGo The Full Story: Dating, Marriage, Divorce

By now everyone knows about Nokia, MeeGo, the Nokia N9, and Nokia's decision to go with Windows Phone dropping MeeGo. What a lot of people don't know is that Nokia has been working on MeeGo (in one form or another) since 2005 and the infighting that lead to MeeGo's demise at Nokia. A site called Taskumuro did a major write up on these events it's long and time-consuming. In an effort to help you the reader I decide to try to summarize this article for you.

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