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May 2, 2010 by

Microsoft fires back at critics of its HTML5 strategy

Last week, both Apple and Microsoft issued manifestos announcing their support for the H.264 standard in HTML5. Microsoft's post drew an overwhelming response, and now the company's executive in charge of IE8 has fired back. Why H.264? Are other codecs locked out? And who is this mysterious MPEG LA organization? I've got the answers.

February 25, 2004 by

Symbian backers downplay investment row

The companies funding mobile phone operating system developer Symbian are racing to defuse a potential row over the withdrawal of Psion as an investor in the business.Psion announced last month that it was selling its 31.

February 9, 2004 by

Nokia grabs Psion's Symbian stake

Psion's decision to sell its chunk of Symbian could damage the operating system's chances of dominating the smart phone market. Now analysts believe Symbian looks like it's just Nokia's baby.

November 20, 2003 by

Symbian smartphone shipments surge

The software maker, poised to become one of the dominant forces in next-generation mobile phones, has said the number of Symbian-powered handsets shipping is up nearly four times on last year.


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