File this into the folder for unsurprising news – Telefonica has just announced that it intends to support Nokia’s MeeGo platform.
Their announcement came out in PDF form, and contained the following interesting passage:
Today, Telefónica announced it will
jointly explore with Intel and Nokia how to leverage MeeGo’s capabilities in order
to deliver leading and innovative converged services to its customers. The
services could potentially include content and applications that can be accessed
from devices such as smartphones, netbooks, tablets, and internet connected
TVsfor Telefónica’s wireline and wireless operations that currently reach over 265
million customers in 25 countries under the Movistar and O2 brands.
Given that Telefonica has been selling Nokia devices for some time, there is not much to see here – but don’t complain that we didn’t inform you…
P.S. We have an N900 in-house. Should we start a MeeGo blog, or add a few MeeGo categories to TamsS60. Or should we stay out of this market?