POSTS TAGGED: MeeGo

Battle Of The OS’ – Why Did You Switch? Follow Up

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Perhaps you remember the article “Battle Of The OS´”. Well, almost one month later, we have interesting results on a side poll we created to know what members choice was regarding their preferred operating systems.
The answer is pretty obvious but we are getting an impressive second place on the poll: Windows Mobile, yes WM is the second most preferred OS by the voters!
It is clear that WM, a cornerstone of mobile operating systems, is still present on many devices and as you may read on the Portal, there is active development, but not as much as before though. According to the poll, Android is getting harder to beat regardless of the OS.
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Opera Mobile 11 and Opera Mini 6 for 7 Different OS’ Ready for Download

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Opera has launched just a few hours ago -at the time, we were writing this article.- The new version of Opera Mobile 11 and Opera Mini 6 are available for most operating systems and the promo they are using is focused on a rock band where every player is related to the desired OS; seven platforms, 3,000 different devices and 100 million Opera users around the world. Opera Mobile 11 is ready to download for Android, Symbian, Windows Phone 7 and MeeGo, and Opera Mini 6 for Android, BlackBerry and Symbian. Sorry iOS, no love for you from Norway…
If you want to follow all about this, don´t forget to visit the site.

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XDA Phone Review: HTC HD2 (Windows Mobile – Android – Windows Phone 7)

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After the introduction of the XDA Phone Review, we asked you which phone we should review first. Not really surprisingly, the amount requests for an HTC HD2 review were huge. So, the choice was made to review the HD2, covering all three major OS’s that are available for this phone. We’ll compare the HD2 to other phones running the same OS, talk a bit more about the future of this huge development, and if it’s worth buying the phone now.

Five operating systems
As you probably know, the HD2 is probably the most popular phone ever when it comes to custom OS development. The developer base is almost endless, resulting in many new improvements to the user experience of the phone. It is now capable of r

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Introducing XDA’s Phone Review: Reviews from the Poweruser’s Point of View

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Choosing your next phone isn’t always very easy. To help you out, we have started this series of articles, in which we review phones supported by XDA. Now you might think: aren’t there enough phone reviews and comparisons out there? Well, although these reviews might be good enough for most novice users, there are also users that want that extra bit of information about development, customization, performance and XDA support. Perhaps you are one of those. Then you’re a poweruser. And powerusers want more.

Thanks to our experience on the forums, and the experience of the members themselves, we are able to provide you that extra bit of information. We’ll investigate in the current de. . . READ ON »

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Dev-Only: Alpha-Stage MeeGo Build Available for Samsung Nexus S, Project Needs more Developers

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Although in a very early alpha development stage, XDA developer stroughtonsmith managed to get MeeGo to work on his Gingerbread-running Samsung Nexus S. Don’t expect anything from it though as even the touchscreen doesn’t work yet. Stroughtonsmith has asked the community for other developers to help on this project, so, if you have some great Android development skills, you would be more than welcome to join the MeeGo development.

Originally posted by stroughtonsmith

So, I have a barebones version of MeeGo (barely) running on the Nexus S. I can’t really do much with it on my own, but I’m posting the info here so you can build it and try it for yourself.

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