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Spotify now arrives on Nokia

11/23/2009, Spotify has just updated their software to be inclusive of the entire Nokia device range, which translates to Spotify Premium users being able to access their Spotify accounts on their favorite Nokia device via a Symbian application. As for Spotify free...

Nokia drops S60 for Maemo (updated: not happening)

11/18/2009, Could the Symbian S60 operating system be dying a slow but sure death? That is what most people would think with word going around, stating that Nokia will include Maemo on all of its flagship N Series smartphones down the road instead of the old...

Windows Mobile Loses Serious Market Share

11/15/2009, According to market researcher Gartner, Windows Mobile lost a whole 28 percent of its smartphone market share between last year’s Q3 and this year’s Q3, dropping from 11 percent to 7.9 percent. Apple’s iPhone unsurprisingly rose from...

Is Nokia Considering Buying Palm?

11/14/2009, Rumors always seem to do amazing things to stocks, and it seems that Palm’s stock has been positively affected by the latest rumors, rising by 8% amidst speculation that the company may be bought out by Nokia. You have to admit that the news does...

Skyhook helps enhance GPS performance

11/13/2009, Skyhook aims to improve GPS performance on your S60-powered smartphone with its latest plug-in known as Maps Booster. Maps Booster will hook into the Location sub-system in Symbian OS and adds WiFi-based location services, making it a boon when...

Samsung will not ditch Symbian completely

11/12/2009, While we talked about Samsung adopting its own Bada mobile operating system for future handsets yesterday, this doesn’t mean that Samsung will drop the Symbian platform completely, as they will continue to cooperate with the group Symbian group....

Samsung To Drop Symbian In 2010

11/11/2009, In what will certainly be a painful blow to Symbian, Samsung’s senior VP, Don Joo Lee, has confirmed that the company will ditch Symbian from its smartphones in 2010, replacing it with the recently announced Bada. Samsung will continue to use...

Nokia to work on new Symbian phone

10/30/2009, Nokia might be losing its marketshare in the US, but that doesn’t mean the resilient cellphone manufacturer from Finland is going to give up the fight anytime soon. Word has it that they will be working in tandem with AT&T on a new...

Microsoft Office Mobile heading to Symbian smartphones

08/12/2009, As promised, we bring you the agreement between Nokia and Microsoft, where Microsoft Office Mobile will see action on Nokia’s Symbian smartphones. Office Mobile (comprising of Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote) will be made available for the Nokia...

Sony Ericsson Jalou spotted

08/07/2009, Sony Ericsson could out more than just the Symbian-powered Satio this year, as the Sony Ericsson Jalou might also follow suit later this fall. According to whispers, the Jalou will follow the Satio’s footsteps, powered by the Symbian S60 5th Edition...

Nokia Surge: ‘Social Phone’ For Kids

07/13/2009, The Nokia Surge is Nokia’s product that handles social networking cheaply. At $79, the handset has a sliding keyboard that should make broadcasting status updates faster and easier. The Surge runs on S60, an operating system used in smarter Nokia...

Nokia N97 Review

07/09/2009, The Nokia N97 is the tip of the spear in Nokia’s smartphone lineup. It is the most powerful, smartest and fully featured phone of the company. It is also the first Nokia phone to make use of a large touch-display and that alone has raised the...

Nokia Offer Flash Lite For Symbian S60 5th Edition

05/31/2009, Guess Internet surfing on Symbian powered handsets, particularly those that fall under the Symbian S60 5th Edition umbrella, will be a much more pleasant experience with an update of Flash Lite. If you happen to own a Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, why not make...

Intel and Nokia Back oFono, An Open-Source Telephony Solution

05/12/2009, oFono is an open source architecture and implementation for GSM/3G mobile telephony. The goal is to get the community to participate in a complete software stack that anyone could subsequently use as long as they abide by the GPL licensing conditions. The...