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2008-10-22 Nokia details plans to take Symbian to 'next level
Since Nokia Corp. acquired Symbian and announced plans to offer S60 and Symbian OS for free to the open source community, the method of handset giant's transition has remained largely unclear
2010-07-09 Open source software battle heats up
In parallel with the rapid development of mobile computing, various Linux-based OS pop up one after anotherfrom Android, LiMo, MeeGo, Ubuntu to webOS.
2009-05-04 Nokia plays catch-up with Apple
As they battle for developers' mindshare in the mobile handset space, Nokia Corp. and Symbian Foundation find themselves between a rock and a hard place
2014-03-18 Former Nokia designer leads Media Lab in Shenzhen
Qifeng Yan is championing a number of smartwatch designs at Media Lab (Shenzhen) in Hunan University, of which Coolpad, a domestic China smartphone brand, is set to commercialize.
2008-09-01 Internet transforms CE into computing devices
Forget Atom. Forget Android. To see the future of computing, look to the Adobe Open Screen Project, an ambitious effort to bring full-featured Internet experience to devices ranging from TVs to mobile handsets. Should the project achieve its aims, it will radically alter CE devices and our relationships with them
2008-08-13 Analysis: iPhone opens door for cellphone revolution
Now that Apple has crystallized the concept of the Web-ready phone, the question is how this mobile platform will evolve in today's hypercompetitive environment.
2012-10-17 Jolla eager to join the smartphone circus
Comprised of Nokia's MeeGo N9 organisation, Jolla raised $258.8 million from a variety of telecommunications-industry players to use discarded Nokia Corp. technology
2010-05-18 Samsung to add LCD lines in Tangjeong Crystal Valley
Beyond its current four fab lines for LCD cells in Tangjeong Crystal Valley, Samsung Electronics makes no secret of its ambitious plan for several more
2006-06-20 Linux platform for cellphones coming
Motorola, NEC Corp., NTT Docomo Inc., Panasonic Mobile Communications, Samsung Electronics and Vodafone Group announced a collaboration to establish an open Linux-based software platform for mobile phones
2004-03-25 Ericsson, Sony to increase stakes in Symbian
Ericsson Chief Executive Carl-Henric Svanberg is urging minority shareholders in Symbian to use their proportional preemption rights to stop Nokia gaining a majority stake in mobile phone operating system supplier
2015-05-12 Industry preps for massive NFV rollout, Docomo takes lead
Docomo said it plans to virtualise its Evolved Packet Core by March 2016, which is one of the first public commitments from a carrier about taking the emerging NFV out of the lab and into a production network.
2009-04-30 Atom-based Symbian OS to spawn next-gen CE apps
Will the Symbian OS, like competitor Android, help give birth to a new generation of non-mobile phone consumer devices?
2012-06-27 New video codec delayed due to patent glitches
The new standard has many new patent holders not involved in the prior pool including Mediatek, Qualcomm and Samsung who do not want to join the group but prefer collecting royalties on their own.
2009-06-09 Analysis: How CEVA defies economic crunch
Despite the current economic downturn, DSP core intellectual property supplier, CEVA Inc. has a story with a happyand surprisingending.
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