The upcoming release of Symbian^3 with a much improved user interface and a host of other enhancements is being eagerly awaited by Nokia which has seen its share of the smartphone market decline.
on 03/31/2010 – Made popular on 03/31/2010
Nokia announced this Thursday that from now on the N-series smartphones will have Meego instead of Symbian. The upcoming N8 handset will be the last in this series running Symbian. This doesn't mean Symbian will be kicked off the main stream, it will still be used in low spec/cheaper Nokia phones, which have a huge demand in developing countries.
It's official. Nearly two years ago, Nokia spent $410 million to buy all of Symbian, the mobile operating system software in which it already owned a major stake -- and promised to turn it into a new, royalty-free mobile software platform.Today, Nokia announced that the Symbian Foundation, an organ ...
Nokia will use the Linux MeeGo operating system in its flagship N-series platform in a bid to remain competitive against the iPhone and Android smartphones. However, the company will continue to use its Symbian operating system for its lower-end smartphones.
Twitter is a popular Social Networking website where you can share any information, status and get connected with all your friends. If you want to access your Twitter from your Nokia C7-00, you will need to download and install this Twitter application for Nokia C7-00, works on most Symbian phone as well. Twitter for Symbian [...]
The decision by mobile phones market leader Nokia to replace its very own operating system Symbian with Microsoft Windows Phone 7 on future smartphone products is a dramatic admission that Symbian is obselete. However, the question for many will be is whether Windows is the answer?
Three months after Nokia announced its N900 smartphone, the device has arrived in the United States. The N900 runs on the Linux-based Maemo platform, and Nokia's hype around it raises questions about whether the company plans to replace its older Symbian platform with Maemo.