The future of MeeGo may not look quite as bright as it once did, but there’s plenty of folks still committed to it, and the Linux Foundation is now starting to place an increased emphasis on one area in particular: smart TVs. To that end, it’s just announced the formation of the MeeGo Smart TV Working Group, and it’s already signed up quite a few companies as members, including Intel, Nokia, Nokia Siemens, Sigma Designs and others. Not surprisingly, there’s not much more than some generalities at the moment, but the working group has committed to meeting twice a year (the first meeting is next month), and it’s promising to “begin defining software components providing platform standardization,” while also encouraging “competitive differentiation within the TV market segment with tools such at Qt.” Full press release is after the break.
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