is an open source, Linux operating system based on Moblin (by Intel)
and Maemo (by Nokia). Its aim is to merge the efforts of Intel on Moblin and of Nokia on Maemo
into one project. It is hosted by the Linux Foundation. According to
Intel, MeeGo was developed because Microsoft did not offer
comprehensive Windows 7 support for the Atom processor.
is intended to run on a variety of hardware platforms including
handhelds, in-car devices, netbooks and televisions.All platforms share
the MeeGo core, with different “User Experience” (“UX”) layers for each
type of device.
MeeGo provides support for both ARM and Intel x86 processors with SSSE3 enabled  and uses btrfs as the default file system.
VoIP, IM, and presence functionality, MeeGo uses Telepathy. Telepathy
is a D-Bus based framework that unifies all supported protocols of real
time communication, including, but not limited to, instant messaging,
IRC, voice and video over IP, and cellular calls.
Other useful technical info: MeeGo uses BTRFS
as the default filesystem (but you can use a different filesystem if
you want), PackageKit for package management, Tracker for indexing,
meta-data extraction, and search capabilities for a variety of data
types, including media files, and documents and PulseAudio for the