Popular Symbian Articles for 2003
It seems there was a ton of excitement surrounding the Sony Ericsson P800 many months ago, but it never was picked up in the by a carrier, even after T-Mobile[...]
Though PalmSource's CEO mentioned earlier this week that his company is in talks with Sony Ericsson, the European mobile phone maker says it is committed to the Symbian OS.
Sony’s CEO likes the Palm OS so much, he wants to own the company. However, he is less happy with using Symbian for smartphones.
Users of Symbian OS and both Microsoft's mobile operating systems may be able to use the BlackBerry email service in the future.
One of the most advanced integrated devices to date, the A920 from Motorola will finally see the light. Running the Symbian OS, the A920 brings the normal PDA functions to[...]
The new Sony Ericsson Application Shop Client allows users of some smart phones to search for, download, and purchase Symbian software wirelessly from their phones.
Motorola has passed over the Palm OS, Symbian, and Microsoft's various offerings in favor of using Linux in a new multimedia smartphone coming out later this year.
Motorola plans to sell its share of the company that makes the Symbian OS to Nokia and Psion. However, it will continue to use the operating system in future smart[...]
South Korea’s Samsung has made a major investment in the company that develops the Symbian OS.
WiFi providers are talking about an alliance that would make life easier for users A new media player will support Windows Media Series 9 on Symbian devices like the[...]
Full version of Anthelion released Treo 600 leather cases from Covertec Quickoffice for Symbian trial included with Sony-Ericsson P900 BargainPDA downtime
Motorola sells 19% share of Symbian Seidio bundle for iQue HP develops ebook device
Intel is expanding its XScale offering with a new chip code named Bulverde USB host software for Symbian now available Socket Communications reported improved fiscal results thanks in[...]
Ara-Que Assault (AQA) is a Space Invaders clone that was originally designed for mobile phones using the Symbian platform. A Palm OS version of AQA was recently released and is[...]