Sailfish OS is still kicking around and it has a new toy to play with: it's a PDA that made big splashes during CES 2018.
Sailfish OS is billed as the world's only "alternative" mobile operating system at MWC 2018, coming soon to Sony's Xperia XA2, the next-gen Gemini PDA, and unnamed feature phones.
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Some Jolla Tablet backers who never got their hardware may receive a finished version of Sailfish OS if they opt to buy an Xperia X.
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Jolla plays around with its code and figures that Sailfish could be dropped on a smartwatch. It's another try at getting manufacturer support around it.
The Kremlin wants to see its dependence on Android and iOS products shrink down over the next decade. Sailfish OS products might help it out.
The Intex Aqua Fish is one of the first budget phones in the Indian market to have Jolla's Sailfish OS 2.0. It's a win for the Finnish tech startup.
1,000 early participants to the newly launched Sailfish Community Device Program will be able to get their hands on the Jolla C smartphone in July.
The Finnish start-up is still trying to recover from a huge blow to its hardware ambitions and is refocusing on vending its Sailfish OS.
We're looking at both a modular smartphone and Jolla's Sailfish OS in our MWC 2016 Fairphone 2 video.
The Finnish upstart will ship its remaining tablets to Indiegogo backers and will take one year to refund the rest. But it will have a hard time doing so.
Following some massive layoffs, a new new Jolla investment is helping to keep Sailfish OS alive.
Sailfish OS is in a tough spot right now, as massive Jolla layoffs arrive amidst news of an attempt to restructure the company's debt.
One of the many mobile tech offshoots we’ve covered a couple of years ago has now made movements on its new merchandise. Of course, when the dissidents of Nokia who founded Jolla some four years ago, the company had some big plans for its little unique community. But with a phone under the belt, the team decided that a tablet could better project the path forward for the company. Enter the Jolla Tablet which is now in the preliminary shipping stage.
This stage involves one small batch of invitations going out to its early Indiegogo supporters to make final device [...]
Take an early look at the improvements in Sailfish OS 2.0 before it arrives for the Jolla smartphone.
We're about to get our first look at a Sailfish OS 2.0 phone, as Intex plans to launch just such a handset for the Indian market.
There's a big shake-up happening for Sailfish OS, with future Jolla hardware set to come from a new spin-off business.
According to a recent report, YotaPhone drops Android and decides to go with Jolla Sailfish, an evolution of Nokia's old Meego.
See the new Sailfish OS 2.0 on the latest hardware with our MWC 2015 Jolla Tablet video hands-on.
Find out how you can get the new 64GB Jolla Tablet, or upgrade you previous order to the 64GB version.
Nokia and Jolla are both suddenly minor players in the smartphone space. Since they worked so well together before, perhaps a reunion is in order?
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