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[News] Nokia Chooses GNU/Linux for Tablets

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First look at Nokia RX-51 also known as Nokia N900


Nokia plots fightback in smartphone market

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| Along with an increased focus on services such as maps and music, Nokia is 
| expected to unveil a smartphone using a Linux operating system. Itâs also 
| planning to launch a range of netbooks to boost its device offering.  



Nokia plans foray into netbook segment

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| With the market for converged devices growing, the world's largest cell phone
| maker, Nokia, on Wednesday said it is exploring various opportunities in this
| market and may enter the netbook segment. ( ÂWatch Â)
| "...the PC and the mobile will continue to come closer and merge. A lot of
| opportunity can be seen in this converged area.


Nokia RX-51 Tablet Captured in the Wild

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| The N900, as we are calling it now, can be termed an upgrade over the N97.
| The device features a full QWERTY keyboard and a huge 3.5-inch touch screen
| capable of WVGA resolution (800x480). It is expected to run the upcoming
| Maeomo5 OS, the latest version of the Linux based smartphone OS that Nokia
| uses for its lineup of tablet devices. That, we believe, would be the major
| difference between this one and the N97 which runs on the more "mass market"
| Series 60 Fifth Edition OS.


Maemo-powered Nokia N900 spotted!


Is the Nokia N900 Internet Tablet really coming to T-Mobile USA

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| I enjoy using the Nokia N810 device from time to time to surf, use some old
| Palm apps with GarnetVM, and watch movies. I do find it to be a bit laggy at
| times though so it isnât always with me. MobileCrunch posted some rumored
| news on the next Nokia Internet Tablet referred to as the N900, Rover, and
| Maemo Flagship. It is very similar to the Nokia N97, but with a higher
| resolution display and Maemo OS rather than S60.


Nokia turning to Android for new phone?

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| Nokia is breaking from Symbian and about to use Android for one of its next
| smartphones, according to industry sources. A touchscreen, smartphone-class
| device is claimed by the Guardian to be later in development and likely to be
| unveiled at Nokia World in September. Its features are unknown beyond the use
| of the Google platform.

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