"It's safe to say we're disappointed with their decision," she said. "But we view MeeGo as more than just an operating system for phones."
"The company has said it views its quest to be in smartphones as a marathon, not a sprint and that it will ultimately be successful in the mobile market."
"You will see a phone with Intel silicon inside this year," Ramirez said Friday. She declined to comment on what operating system the smartphone powered with Intel chips will use."
and nothing so far from AMD that i can find...and yet it's known that AMD do want/need something to help them in the growing ARM mobile space, even if they dont have anything of value to date for use in that massive market yet.
if it wasn't evident to you before it should be now, replace nokia/MS with linux/OSS and you need to find ways to re-enforce you're Ecosystem
"Today, the battle is moving from one of mobile devices to one of mobile ecosystems, and our strengths here are complementary. Ecosystems thrive when they reach scale, when they are fueled by energy and innovation and when they provide benefits and value to each person or company who participates. This is what we are creating; this is our vision; this is the work we are driving from this day forward.
There are other mobile ecosystems. We will disrupt them.
There will be challenges. We will overcome them.
Success requires speed. We will be swift.
Together, we see the opportunity, and we have the will, the resources and the drive to succeed."
indeed not only the current linux/OSS Ecosystem if you consider there is such a thing, stop, remove the blinkers and realise that if you try and find a way to work together collectively 'right now' there's a big chance here to make ARM Linux and app's Ecosystem the new default standard, rather than sit back and let these corporations take that new profit Ecosystem away from you any day now and so loose that core Linux [ARM] ROI