Nokia unveiled on Tuesday two new smartphone models running on improved Symbian software, a stop-gap measure aimed at stemming customer defections to rivals like Apple.
Nokia has lost its lead in the high end of the cellphone market after
Nokia said it will continue to sell smartphones using its legacy Symbian software for a long time after its first phones using Microsoft's Windows go on sale.
Symbian is due to be replaced by Microsoft's Windows Phone over the coming two y
Google's Android dethroned Nokia's Symbian as the global leader in smartphone software in the last quarter of 2010, ending a reign that began with the birth of the industry a decade ago.
The reshuffle underscores how quickly Google,
Microsoft and Nokia have launched the first application from their alliance around mobile productivity, the Microsoft Communicator Mobile for Nokia devices.
This new unified communications client connects directly with a company’s communic
The smartphone market will continue to boom this year as handset vendors roll out new, cheaper models and cut prices of the older phones -- making them more attractive to a mass-market audience.
First Symbian smartphones with unsubsidised
Adaox Middle East, distributor of Eset's range of security products, has unveiled a beta version of Eset Mobile Antivirus for Symbian operating system in the Middle East, at the ongoing Gitex 2009.
Eset, the creator of security softwar
Al Jazeera has launched a new mobile application which gives access to the channel’s Arabic and English programs live and on-demand for all users of Symbian or Windows Mobile phones worldwide.
Developed by mobile TV specialist Mobiclip, th