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Maemo

A Linux-based operating system and mobile platform from Nokia for smartphones and handheld devices. Pronounced "mah-eh-mo," Maemo was introduced in 2005 as OS2005 on Nokia's Internet Tablet, a handheld Internet appliance. See MeeGo and Internet appliance.
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Previously, he was one of only a handful of engineers at Nokia to build the Maemo software platform targeted at mobile devices and tablets, which culminated in the delivery of MeeGo.
The SPB TV client is available on all main devices and operating systems, such as iOS, Android, Symbian, Windows Mobile, Windows Phone 7, Blackberry, Maemo, bada, WebOS, Windows PC and Mac OS X.
Additionally, Comarch was involved in Maemo since its creation and now is an active player in mobile projects hosted by The Linux Foundation like MeeGo, forming a Tizen initiative as well as is an Associate Member of GENIVI Alliance.
In addition, smartphones run a complete mobile operating system, such as Apple iOS, Google Android, Microsoft Windows Mobile, Nokia Symbian, Research in Motion BlackBerry OS, and embedded Linux distributions such as Maemo.
Nokia's Symbian operating system is provided with a barcode scanner, which is able to read QR codes, while mbarcode is a QR code reader for the Maemo operating system.
Apple iOS -- Google Android OS -- Nokia Maemo and Symbian OS -- RIM BlackBerry OS
Intel and Nokia merged their Maemo and Moblin platforms in February to launch MeeGo, an open software development platform based on Linux for mobile devices.
The C6 has a full QWERTY keyboard and a design that reminds us of the N900 except that this one is powered with Symbian S60 rather than Maemo.
The N900, which went on sale last November, is Nokia s first phone running the Linux Maemo operating system, which analysts see as a key for Nokia to regain ground in the coming years.
Consumer and professional weather services provider WeatherBug announced on Wednesday the WeatherBug application is now available for the Maemo Nokia N900 mobile computer from mobile and broadband communications company Nokia Inc (NYSE:NOK).
A recent tie-up merging its Maemo software platform used on its high-end phones with Intel's Moblin to create a unified Linux-based platform branded Meego that will run on multiple hardware platforms across a range of computing and mobile devices is one such effort.
The N900 uses the Linux derivative Maemo operating system, an open-source platform that enables the Maemo community to freely modify and continually develop software as part of the shared goal of bringing added value to Maemo.