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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 …

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Like it will make any difference to getting x86 architecture into phones instead of ARM, lol.

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Well then, just maybe...

...AMD will finally sort out their abysmal Linux graphics drivers, they've been absolute shite forever.

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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.

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Score!

The more the merrier. Currently trying to get MeeGo dual booting on my Nokia - should be fun for some development.

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Should change name to MeeToo

I know it's bad, but somebody had to say it...

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