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  • The platform, called Meltemi, will run on low-cost devices aimed largely at developing markets-regions where Nokia has historically been strong.

    Ars Technica

  • Frank Koolhaas Mario Gerosa in RL, who writes the blog Played in Italy and recently published a book on Second Life, informed me of a new Second Life architecture and design competition for the Italian publisher Meltemi.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • The 'old friend 'to which he referred and which Van Gelder clearly had in mind, was the Meltemi wind, referred to as the' Etesian 'in the British sailing directions.

    Santorini

  • The Meltemi will be ideally suited for the Angelina.

    Santorini

  • If the Meltemi starts up -- also from the north-west, of course - we won't be able to sail her out of her present position.

    Santorini

  • Any minute now the Meltemi, the Etesian wind, will start up from the north-west.

    Santorini

  • Shortly before ten o'clock in the morning, the Angelina, almost slack-sailed and ghosting along under a Meltemi that hardly rated as a zephyr, tied up along the starboard side of the Ariadne.

    Santorini

  • The Etesian wind -- the Meltemi as they it in these parts -- starts up around about noon.

    Santorini

  • Nokia to turn mobile landscape on its head with 'Meltemi' smartphone OS I like Nokia, but its kind of annoying how they keep doing this.

    digg.com: Top News

  • Meltemi, would be built from the ground up with features like touchscreens in mind, could ultimately be used to replace Symbian as well as S40, the OS that Nokia uses for its feature devices.

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