MeeGo is an open source, Linux project that merges the Moblin and Maemo software platforms into a single open source activity. MeeGo is headed by Intel, and Maemo, by Nokia: the MeeGo Technical Steering Group (TSG). The day-to-day operations of the MeeGo programs are steered by a number of working groups, which are delegates of the Technical Steering Group.
MeeGo currently targets platforms such as netbooks/entry-level desktops, handheld computing and communications devices, in-vehicle infotainment devices, connected TVs, and media phones.
- Google Chromebook
Chromebooks offer a compelling list of benefits. They boot in 10 seconds, then last 8.5 hours on a charge. Because all apps and data live “in the cloud” (on some server somewhere), they don’t vanish when your hardware dies or goes missing. The problem is that they’re not best at anything. Google’s first Chromebooks started […]
A term that refers to applications, services or resources made available to users on demand via the Internet from a cloud computing provider’s servers. Companies typically utilize cloud-based computing as a way to increase capacity, enhance functionality or add additional services on demand without having to commit to potentially expensive infrastructure costs or increase / […]
- Cloud Testing
Load and performance testing conducted on the applications and services provided via cloud computing — particularly the capability to access these services — in order to ensure optimal performance and scalability under a wide variety of conditions. Cloud testing typically involves monitoring and reporting on real-world user traffic conditions as well as load balance and […]
- cloud services
Cloud services means services made available to users on demand via the Internet from a cloud computing provider’s servers as opposed to being provided from a company’s own on-premises servers. Cloud services are designed to provide easy, scalable access to applications, resources and services, and are fully managed by a cloud services provider. A cloud […]
- Fuduntu Linux
Fuduntu is an open source lightweight Linux distribution (distro) that is optimized for netbook and other portable computers. The developers chose the name Fuduntu because the distro is designed to fit “somewhere in between Fedora and Ubuntu”, according to its developers. The latest release of Fuduntu 14.10 was made available on June 18, 2011. This […]