AMD has joined chip-rival Intel's MeeGo initiative, which aims to build a Linux platform for mobile devices. The company said on Monday that it's providing MeeGo with engineering expertise to help establish "the technical foundations for the next-generation mobile platforms and embedded devices." Ben Bar-Haim, vice president …
Like it will make any difference to getting x86 architecture into phones instead of ARM, lol.
Well then, just maybe...
...AMD will finally sort out their abysmal Linux graphics drivers, they've been absolute shite forever.
Should I wait
for a Zacate or Ontario powered MeeGo Tablet? Given the time it will probably take to get MeeGo to market, the hardware should be quite reasonable by then.
Yes, I have my new procrastination argument ready.
...Or I'm just waiting for a 9-10 in Gingerbread slate, with ~9 hours of battery, HDMI out would be nice, but I'll settle for a pico projector.
The more the merrier. Currently trying to get MeeGo dual booting on my Nokia - should be fun for some development.
Should change name to MeeToo
I know it's bad, but somebody had to say it...
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