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Intel Showcases MeeGo Tablet UI And Other Apps

Despite Nokia's insistence that it is still very much behind MeeGo, Intel is going to the mobile platform dance stag. It would be easy to feel sorry for them if it hadn't felt like a mistake from the beginning. "Disappointed" is how one Intel MeeGo product manager expressed the company's view on Nokia's fickleness. Still, the company presses on, announcing and demonstrating a tablet reference platform, among other advancements, at Mobile World Congress. Intel also showcased MeeGo running a varie
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The tablet user experience is now available for developers, using standard tablet hardware like the Exo PC (a Windows slate) or the Wetab (from 4iitoo in Germany).

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