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Mobile OS Maker Jolla To Cut Half Its Staff, Restructure Its Debt After Funding Stalls

Finnish alternative mobile OS startup Jolla is facing the situation startups dread the most: running out of financing to keep the business going in the way they’d like. 1,290 more words


Yotaphone says bye-bye to Android

Russian manufacturer Yota, well known for its Yotaphone dual screen phones, has announced that its next devices will no longer operate using Android but Sailfish, an alternative developed by former Nokia engineers at Jolla. 25 more words

Jolla is making a Tablet, and you can decide what Features it would have

Jolla is a small Startup comprising of many former Nokia Employees who had worked on Meego. Jolla is working on Sailfish OS, which is designed to take forward what Meego started… 177 more words

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Jolla puts 'people powered' tablet on Indiegogo, raises campaign goal in a few hours

May 2015 is when Finland-based Jolla estimates its first tablet will be shipped to early “sailors”.

While some say the age of the tablets is almost behind us, and the market is too over-flooded to leave room for growth for anyone that’s not Apple, both Nokia and Jolla are gearing up for their so… 8 more words

Tizen Delayed (and Other signs of the Mobile Apocalypse)


Recently news leaked about another delay in the release of Tizen, the open source system created by Samsung and Intel. In particular the delay was over the Galaxy Z which would be the first mobile device (other than the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo watches). 383 more words


Why is Jolla so interesting?

Jolla, that odd black horse in the mobile phone business. Founded by former Nokia employees who were previously working on MeeGo operating system. They left soon after Stephen Elop’s first major flops: legendary “burning platform” memo and choosing Windows Phone over MeeGo. 640 more words




Jolla is an independent designer and developer of various mobile devices as well as their open Sailfish OS and Mer Core open source projects. 169 more words