Personally I feel they should have continued with what they had planned, but they should have actually started managing it properly. The Symbian development team had too many staff. The proposals for Symbian/Meego with QT would have more than competed with the others in this space.Android would have been a worse plan, I have nothing against Android, but there is too many manufacturers taking it on now.
No I'm not, but if Tomi left Nokia in 2001, how did he manage to be a president of a Nokia department merging Maemo and Mobin in 2009?
I might be wrong, but the dates don't seem to match.At Intels current development speed of high perfermance, low power chips, I can't see anything happening from them in quite a while.
That might have been Intels idea, but how where they going in this area? nowhere very fast.Well this is the deal the American shareholders wanted, then changed their minds when they got it.
This was the wrong decision for Nokia.
If Intel is ignorant to the fact that they don't have a CPU available for a tablet or phone then this announcment is the least of their worriesIf he was a former president when they merged the project how would he have any more insight than most people writing comments here?
And I don't think the current Atoms have any place inside a tablet.
I agree with Tomi, I think this was the wrong thing to do, Nokia has made a backward step with this annoucement.
Intel entered into MeeGo knowing that all the previous Maemo devices, and a tonne of other Nokia phones ran ARM, they weren't going to get their chips on the phones, they were going to get leverage off Nokias sales.