Jolla shows MeeGo-based SailFish mobile OS

Jolla shows MeeGo-based SailFish mobile OS

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Breaking into the smartphone market with a new platform may seem to be a tall order, but Finnish company Jolla think it can be done and has demonstrated the user interface of its upcoming operating system Sailfish....
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