MeeGo 2011 SmartPhone Articles

Popular MeeGo Articles for 2011

Net Neutrality: Will It Protect Consumers or Hurt Businesses?

The proponents of net neutrality believe that Internet service providers should not be allowed to block their customers from using services offered by rival companies. Not surprisingly, some wireless service[...]

Nokia Dropping Symbian and MeeGo, Going with Windows Phone 7

In a dramatic change of strategy, Nokia announced a plan this morning to make Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 its default operating system. In the future, Nokia will stop developing operating[...]

Smartphones: the ‘New PC’ or a Swiss Army Knife?

Is the smartphone really "the new PC," or is it more like an "electronic Swiss Army knife"? Some are suggesting that -- with the introduction of new software apps and[...]

We Shouldn’t Ban Cell Phones in Cars, We Should Ban Drivers

Although the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board wants a complete ban on using a cell phone for any reason while driving, Brighthand's Site Editor has a a better suggestion: let's[...]

Apple Announces 200 New iOS Features in iOS 5, Unveils iCloud, Ditches MobileMe

iOS 5, the next generation of Apple's OS for iPhones and iPads, will include 200 new features, said Apple's Steve Jobs on Monday. Highlights include Reminders, a new Game Center,[...]

Nokia N9 To Be an All-Touchscreen Smartphone That Gives MeeGo Another Chance

Nokia's next high-end model is going to have a design that eschews virtually all buttons in favor of a 3.9-inch AMOLED display that takes up nearly its entire front. The[...]

Fed Agency Wants a National Ban on Using a Phone While Driving

Many states already ban using a phone for texting or accessing the Web while behind the wheel, or require a hands-free kit to make voice calls, but now the Nation[...]

Nokia May Put Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 on Its Future Smartphones

Nokia and Microsoft apparently aren't far from teaming up in an attempt to compete with the dominance of Google and Apple in the smartphone market, according to an unconfirmed report[...]

Nokia N9 MeeGo-based Smartphone Ships Out Today

Nokia announced that it has shipped the N9, the first (and possibly last), MeeGo-based smartphone the company will make. Nokia scrapped the MeeGo OS in February when it announced plans[...]