Symbian 2005 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Symbian Articles for 2005

Nokia 9300 Smartphone Review

Outside of the US, the Nokia 9300 is old hat. About a year after its global release though, the 9300 will gain fresh legs in the US. It is expected[...]

Sony Ericsson May Be Developing New Wireless Handheld

Sony Ericsson is reportedly preparing a replacement for the P910, a cellular-wireless handheld that ran Symbian's UIQ interface. The new model will have an integrated keyboard with a better design[...]

AvantGo Gets a Major Upgrade

iAnywhere Solutions has just released a new version of one of the most popular handheld and smartphone applications of all time. All AvantGo users will see significant changes, whether they[...]

Palm OS Driver Released for Stowaway Bluetooth Keyboard

Many months after the Windows Mobile and Symbian drivers were released, Think Outside has released software that allows many Palm OS handhelds to use its Bluetooth keyboard.

Analysts Say Nokia Might Drop Symbian OS

A European market research and consulting firm says that Nokia might be considering dropping the Symbian OS in favor of Linux.

Sony Ericsson Unveils P990 Smartphone

The P990 will be the first smartphone to use the enhanced Symbian OS 9.1 and UIQ 3 software platform.

Rumors of a Symbian-Powered Treo Persist

Rumors continue to circulate that Palm is going to release a version of the Treo smartphone running the Symbian OS.

Symbian OS 9 Debuts

Symbian OS 9 includes numerous improvements intended to bring about smaller, less expensive, and even more capable Symbian-powered smartphones.

Inter-company Rivalries Mean No Symbian Treo

Palm's CEO Ed Colligan has given a new reason why his company has no plans to make a Symbian-powered smartphone.

Nokia Takes the Wraps off Three Camera-Oriented Smartphones

Nokia today announced a series of new camera-oriented smartphones. All of these will use the Series 60 platform on top of the Symbian OS.

Sony Ericsson P990 SmartPhone Announced

It looks like Sony Ericsson is going to try and keep up in the SmartPhone arms race by releasing a new device dubbed the P990 that is the replacement for[...]

Symbian Still Leading Mobile Device Market

According to a market research firm, the Symbian OS continues to lead the world market for both handhelds and smartphones. But a rival market research company says this is soon[...]

Sendo Showing Off X2 Music Phone

Sendo has announced the X2 Music Phone, its second Symbian smartphone running the Series 60 platform.

Documents To Go, RoadSync Coming to Nokia Communicators

DataViz has announced it will release versions of its mobile ActiveSync client, RoadSync, and mobile Office suite, Documents To Go, for the Nokia 9300 and 9500 Communicator running Symbian OS-based[...]

Symbian Licenses Microsoft Exchange Server ActiveSync Protocol

An agreement announced today will let Symbian OS licensees make phones that can wirelessly synchronize email, calendar, contacts, and more with Microsoft Exchange servers.

PDATopSoft.com Launches PDA Game Software Resource – PDAGameSoft.com

PDATopSoft.com has opened a software store that will offer games for devices running Palm OS, Pocket PC, Windows Mobile Smartphone, BlackBerry, and Symbian.

PDA News – Google WiFi in SF, Smartphone photos, Treo rumors

Google proposes city-wide WiFi in San Francisco Photo tour of Qtek smartphones Rumor: Prototype Symbian-powered Treo Torq P100W to feature WiFi, Windows Mobile[...]

PDA News – Magneto release date, Palm on PocketPC, OS war?

Reported unveiling date for next gen Windows StyleTap runs Palm OS apps on PocketPC Gartner predicts Windows/Symbian OS war

Microsoft and Symbian form Agreement, RIM the Obvious Target

Microsoft and Symbian sell rival operating systems for mobile computing devices and have been fierce competitors in this arena for some time. They've poached employees from one another and worked[...]

Palm Confirms Plans to Continue Use of Palm OS

In a letter to developers, Palm's CEO Ed Colligan is reassuring developers that Palm is not abandoning the Palm OS. This fear arose primarily due to the announcement of the[...]