Hands-on with Jolla's Sailfish OS (video)

Hands-on with Jolla's Sailfish OS (video)

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New We recently had the chance to spend time with David Greaves and Vesa-Matti Hartikainen of Jolla and take Sailfish OS for a spin. As you might recall, this open source mobile OS builds upon Mer (a fork of MeeGo that includes Qt) and uses the Nemo framework with a...
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