Intel and Nokia merge mobile operating systems

The world’s largest chip maker and the world’s largest mobile phone maker have merged operating systems to create a single platform for mobiles. The new MeeGo platform, unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, will be used to power phones, netbooks, TVs and in-car entertainment systems. The open-source software has been created by merging elements of Intel’s Moblin and Nokia’s Maemo software.

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