MeeGo for netbooks and handhelds now available

Mobile computing seems to be the marketing mantra for many a hardware company these days, and competition is stiff. Well, MeeGo, which is basically a fusion of Maemo and Moblin, is a new operating system that is available for both netbooks as well as other handheld computing devices. There are three builds available, supporting Intel Atom netbooks, ARM-powered Nokia N900s and Intel Atom handhelds that run on the Moorestown architecture. It would be interesting to see whether MeeGo is able to jostle enough breathing space for itself in the mobile OS market – what do you think?

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