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New Jolla Tablet with 64GB of storage goes up on Indiegogo

Not more than two months ago, the Jolla Tablet went up on Indiegogo as a crowd funded tablet meant for the masses. Having long surpassed their initial goal, the makers have now announced a slightly modified version of the tablet, also on Indiegogo. This tablet will set you back by $249 and will start shipping

Sailfish OS To Become Available For Download To Android Devices

Jolla, a Finland based company started by former Nokia employees, recently announced that its mobile operating system called Sailfish OS is now at version 1.0 and is ready for global distribution. What makes this OS attractive is that it is able to run Android applications. It will also soon become available for download to run

Jolla’s Sailfish OS gets ported onto a Nexus 4

The Jolla Sailfish OS has been successfully ported onto the Nexus 4 thanks to some handy work done by a developer. It was known in the past that the Sailfish OS is pretty versatile and Jolla has specified that it is compatible with Android hardware as well as software, so it was only a matter

Jolla wants Sailfish OS to find a home on Android devices

Jolla officially launched its first Sailfish OS running smartphone a few days ago with the ability to run Android apps. With Android being one of the largest mobile platforms in the world, it’s no surprise that the team chose to bring Android compatibility with their OS. However, according to the CEO of Jolla, the team

What Jolla’s Sailfish OS-powered phone means for the Android ecosystem

Jolla has released its first batch of Sailfish OS-powered smartphones. What will this mean for Android? Loyal Nokia fans cried foul when the Finnish mobile phone maker suddenly jumped on the Windows Phone bandwagon (if there is one, at all), thereby abandoning its own Symbian platform, which had powered Nokia smartphones for so long. According


Nokita company wants to buy Nokia; offer Android, Linux devices

A company called Nokita aims to beat Microsoft into purchasing Nokia. The company revealed this in a three-minute video which divulges what it plans to do in case its bid proves successful. Among these plans are to eventually create devices that are based on Android, Linux, and Windows Phone. Narrating the company’s background is J.

Jolla smartphone specifications

More Jolla smartphone specifications published

More Jolla smartphone specifications have been officially revealed on the Jolla Mobile Facebook page. The list provides more details as compared to the set that the Sailfish OS creator published yesterday. Jolla smartphone specifications The Jolla smartphone specifications include the Linux-based Sailfish operating system, live multitasking, 16 GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot,

Jolla smartphone specifications announced

The specifications of the Jolla smartphone have been revealed on the company’s Facebook page, several months after the device had been officially announced. For its display, the Jolla smartphone will pack a 4.5-inch qHD Jolla Estrade display with a resolution of 960 x 540 pixels. This detail disappointed some who had been hoping for a

Jolla and Android compatibility

Sailfish and Android compatibility announced

Jolla Mobile has issued a press release regarding the Sailfish and Android compatibility today. This means that apps made for Android can now run on the Sailfish operating system without the need for additional modifications to be made. Sailfish has also stated that it is communicating with the various Android app stores to make the

Jolla’s Sailfish OS Gets the Hands-On Treatment

Nokia’s promising looking MeeGo platform was ditched once and for all when the Finns got too focused on Windows Phone 7, thanks largely to the entry of Stephen Elop. The MeeGo platform was an evolution of Maemo which featured on handsets like the N900. The last known MeeGo handset was the Nokia N9 and the

Jolla Mobiles will Launch a MeeGo Powered Phone by Next Month

Jolla Mobiles is a company formed by ex Nokia employees who are pretty eager to revive the MeeGo operating system. The initiative taken by this group of people is really commendable as Nokia has pretty much given up on the OS now as it has fully embraced Windows Phone in close partnership with Microsoft. And

Nokia Gives Away MeeGo Patents to Jolla

The Nokia Bridge Project was started to help employees leaving the company to pursue an idea on their own. Call this an overgenerous employer or a smart move that promotes the pursuit of technology that are currently not in the list of priority for Nokia, but the Bridge project has helped several good companies to