Nokia handset tracking board

 

14-2-2017  · Now here’s a blast from the past – Nokia are expected to be bringing back their classic 3310 handset . While most of us now carry around all-singing all ...

Maemo is a software platform developed by Nokia and then handed over to Hildon Foundation for smartphones and Internet tablets. The platform comprises both the Maemo ...

MeeGo was a Linux distribution hosted by the Linux Foundation, using source code from the operating systems Moblin (produced by Intel) and Maemo (produced by Nokia ...

Nokia handset tracking board

Smartphones , and those running Google's Android are no exception, offer many location-based services that utilise the location of your handset, determined by GPS satellites, during web searches and other net-based activities to ensure the results are more tailored to the user. However, there's also a number of privacy concerns regarding location-based services on mobile phones.

In fact, according to the Wall Street Journal, when you opt-in to these services on a Google Android handset, GPS information and Wi-Fi access-point locations , as well as your unique device identifier, are sent back to Google.

Just like Apple , which recently came under fire for tracking iPhone users, Google uses this data to maintain a location database. Google has also said that all data sent back to it is anonymised, despite researchers' findings that each user's unique device ID is included.

14-2-2017  · Now here’s a blast from the past – Nokia are expected to be bringing back their classic 3310 handset . While most of us now carry around all-singing all ...

Maemo is a software platform developed by Nokia and then handed over to Hildon Foundation for smartphones and Internet tablets. The platform comprises both the Maemo ...

MeeGo was a Linux distribution hosted by the Linux Foundation, using source code from the operating systems Moblin (produced by Intel) and Maemo (produced by Nokia ...

MeeGo was a Linux distribution hosted by the Linux Foundation , using source code from the operating systems Moblin (produced by Intel ) and Maemo (produced by Nokia ). [1] Primarily targeted at mobile devices and information appliances in the consumer electronics market, MeeGo was designed to act as an operating system for hardware platforms such as netbooks , entry-level desktops, nettops , tablet computers , mobile computing and communications devices, in-vehicle infotainment devices, SmartTV / ConnectedTV , IPTV -boxes, smart phones , and other embedded systems . [2]

The Linux Foundation canceled MeeGo in September 2011 in favor of Tizen . [3] A Finnish start-up, Jolla , picked up MeeGo’s community-driven successor Mer [4] to develop a new operating system: Sailfish OS , and launched Jolla Phone smartphone at the end of 2013. [5] All development of MeeGo and its supporting hardware have ceased.

Aminocom and Novell also played a large part in the MeeGo effort, working with the Linux Foundation on their build infrastructure and official MeeGo products. Amino was responsible for extending MeeGo to TV devices, [8] while Novell was increasingly introducing technology that was originally developed for openSUSE , (including Open Build Service , ZYpp for package management , and other system management tools). [2] [9] In November 2010, AMD also joined the alliance of companies that were actively developing MeeGo. [10]