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Hackers have successfully booted the MeeGo platform on several Android-based handsets.
Intel and Nokia have teamed up to launch a research and development centre for mobiles.
MeeGo - the amalgamation of Moblin and Maemo - is set to power in-car 'infotainment.'
An industry analyst believes that Nokia could be looking to re-enter the tablet marketplace and compete with Apple's iPad head on - possibly launching by Autumn this year.
Intel has launched a beta version of its netbook-oriented software store AppUp for Moblin Linux - and promises a rollout across most of Europe by the end of the month.
Intel and Nokia are to merge their existing mobile operating systems to create a new Linux-based OS for mobile PCs, netbooks, tablets and in-vehicle entertainment systems
Intel has launched the beta of a software development kit for its Atom platform, offering the chance to develop for both Windows and its own Moblin Linux.
Novell is set to launch an application store much like Apple's, with one major difference: all the software is open-source and free of charge.
The Intel-funded netbook-oriented Linux distribution Moblin is due to take a leaf from Ubuntu's book and offer support for Android applications.
Nokia and Intel have teamed up to launch the oFono project, which aims to produce an abstraction layer to mobile telephony functionality on Linux operating systems.
Intel hands over the development of the Linux-based Moblin OS to the open-source community, opening it up to anyone.
Intel has completed work on getting an Asus Eee PC to boot into a fully-functional version of the Fedora Linux OS in just five seconds flat, and is making the technology open for all.
CES 2008: Skype has announced partnerships with Intel and Sony in order to deliver support for the service on the PSP and Intel-based Mobile Internet Devices.
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