Moblin 2.1 from Intel Is for Phones
Today Intel revealed Moblin (mobile Linux) version 2.1. This release can work with Atom-based mobile phones. Compared to previous releases, Moblin 2.1 has been redesigned to work on mobile handheld devices, and features on-screen panels for navigating through applications as well as support for social networking via widgets. Intel hasn't said when this version of Moblin will ship, nor did it name any devices that might use it.
Intel Debuts 5G Radios
Intel today announced a range of 5G modems for mobile devices that rely on various technologies to handle the transition from 4G to 5G. The XMM 8000 series will handle multi-mode operations on 600 MHz and mmWave band around the globe and will be ideal for PCs, phones, and fixed wireless equipment.
Intel Shows Off RealSense Camera for Smartphones
Intel made a slew of announcements recently, among them a new camera module for smartphones and new versions of its Atom mobile processor. Intel's RealSense 3D camera is meant to help solve complex problems based on what it can see, but it can also power things like gesture-based controls.
Tag Heuer, Intel Partner On Second Android Watch
Tag Heuer and Intel today announced the Modular 45, an Android-powered smartwatch run by an Intel processor. As the name implies, the wearable is highly configurable thanks to easy-to-swap modules, horns, bracelets, buckles, and dials.
Jolla's Sailfish OS Gains a Second Edition
Jolla today announced Sailfish OS 2.0, which brings a handful of improvements to the smartphone platform. To start, the OS is more compatible with Android applications thanks to a stronger technical core.
It is time for the new generation of platforms :)
This is good, the computing world has advanced faster then the phones, it is time we truely merged both for our hand helds.
Good Show Intel~~!