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Nokia hands Symbian over to Accenture - still no end for the OS

Nokia hands Symbian over to Accenture - still no end for the OS

By 22 June 2011

The days of Nokia and its love affair with the Symbian OS are numbered. The final signatures have been put in place, hands shook and leaving parties arranged. This is it, this is the end. From October 2011 all developing and support of Symbian will be... >>

VIDEO: Symbian^3 revealed

VIDEO: Symbian^3 revealed

By 15 February 2010

The Symbian Foundation has unveiled the first release of "Symbian^3" due to be "code complete" by the end of next month. The video above from Nokia gives an overview of the updated platform, with more advanced usability, faster networking and graphics... >>

Samsung to ditch Symbian

Samsung to ditch Symbian

By 11 November 2009

Samsung is set to ditch the Symbian OS bringing with it a major blow for the operating system. According to reports online, Samsung's senior VP Don Joo Lee has confirmed that it will dismiss Symbian from its smartphones. Phasing out the OS, the phone... >>

Nokia and Qualcomm working on new Symbian phone for AT&T

Nokia and Qualcomm working on new Symbian phone for AT&T

By 30 October 2009

Nokia is planning a fresh attack on the US mobile phone market, teaming up with AT&T on a new Symbian phone, a new report suggests. The device will be developed along with Snapdragon-maker Qualcomm, who has recently joined the Symbian Foundation board.... >>

Symbian Foundation launches Horizon apps scheme

Symbian Foundation launches Horizon apps scheme

By 17 July 2009

The Symbian Foundation has announced it is to plunge into the world of mobile phone app schemes with the launch of "Symbian Horizon", something that may finally realise its huge installed customer base and take some of the currently popular app focus... >>

Nokia announces nine more members of Symbian Foundation

Nokia announces nine more members of Symbian Foundation

By 10 July 2008

Nokia has announced that nine more companies, including the mobile phone operator 3, will join the new open mobile software alliance Symbian Foundation, Reuters reports. The original announcement, made in June, saw Nokia buying out the Symbian software... >>

Open Symbian Foundation to be created

Open Symbian Foundation to be created

By 24 June 2008

Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Motorola and NTT DOCOMO have announced that they will unite the Symbian OS, S60, UIQ and MOAP to create one open mobile software platform. Along with AT&T, LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, STMicroelectronics, Texas Instruments... >>


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