Definition

Maemo (Nokia Maemo)

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Maemo is a Linux-based operating system and mobile platform from the Finnish communications and information technology corporation, Nokia.

Software applications designed to run on the Maemo platform are developed by the Maemo Community, a nonprofit, open source community sponsored by Nokia.

This was last updated in December 2012
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