The MeeGo 1.2 release is now available, well in time for the MeeGo Conference that kicks off on Monday.
The ‘will LG, won’t LG’ game around has been going on for a while. First it was Valtteri Halla (a member of technical steering group of MeeGo and former Nokia employee) who commenting on Nokia’s exit said “It’s opening opportunities for the others to come in. Discussions are taking place.
Over the past several weeks I’ve been hitting one concept over and over again: “reference”. I’m talking here about the idea of a reference implementation; and I don’t mean something so comprehensive that it’s almost useless..
A video showing off an iteration of the MeeGo OS has popped up on the internet and from all indications, it looks like Nokia’s MeeGo UI. What lends credence to this fact is the Ovi Store demo that forms a part of the video. The UI looks incredibly slick and I can’t wait till Nokia World when Nokia will reveal its first MeeGo device and if this UI is anything to go by, we have a fight on our hands! [via: ZCJ ] If you enjoyed this, you might also like: Pre-Alpha Meego Tablet UI Gets Demo’ed In HD: Impresses The First MeeGo Tablet Has Just Made A Pretty Impressive Appearance Video Demo Of MeeGo For Handsets – An Installable Version For The N900 Is Available MeeGo 1.0 Running On A Netbook & Other Devices At IDF 2010 The N900 Is Now Shipping To Europe, Middle-East & North America.
First, let me apologize for not pushing a lot of updates lately, I recently moved to Finland so have been quite busy the last few weeks. I recently pushed 1.2.2 to extras-testing which has the option to “Save attachments” from the application menu when viewing an MMS, which should help everyone do whatever they want with the media they receive