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A Finnish television station has discovered that one time mobile phone giant Nokia paid millions in Euros to keep essential software for its Symbian operating system from being used to create malware.
Nokia's decline and swingeing job cuts have been tough on Finland, particularly on its software industry. The country's developers are staking their future on Windows Phone - could the gamble be just what the Finnish tech sector needs to get back on its feet?
Microsoft has released mobile versions of its core Office products, Word, Excel and PowerPoint, for Symbian smartphone users.Although they are not yet in the Nokia Store, the apps became available for download via the Nokia software update tool and the PC-based Nokia Suite on Tuesday.
Even though Nokia is phasing out the Symbian mobile operating system in favour of Microsoft's Windows Phone 7, the software grew its share of all mobile phones in 2011.The OS started the year with a 30.
A GfK survey shows Apple users most unlikely to switch mobile brands ahead of people using Research In Motion and Google's Android-based handsets, report states.
MerrySpy is a new spy software used to control and monitor mobile phones silently. An ordinary Nokia S60 mobile phone that is installed...
Businesses now prefer Apple to Research In Motion device, according to survey, which also reveals more employees using their own smartphone for work.
Emerges as top mobile operating system in Southeast Asia with third-quarter 2011 sales volume growing "exponentially" compared to last year, overtaking BlackBerry and Symbian in region, new report unveils.
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Google's mobile OS already leading in Asia-Pacific region, say analysts who note users lured by advanced features of open source platform and affordability.
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Nokia will continue to support Symbian smartphones until 2016 and recently announced some major software updates that will be coming from Microsoft.
Learning from HP's "failed" WebOS gamble, Finnish phonemaker will focus on addressable market and monetization means for developers when it launches Windows Phone-powered handsets, Nokia execs note.
With 12 million infected users, Nokia's Symbian OS still reigns as No. 1 target in China but rapid jump in Google Android-specific malware makes OS the new "hotspot", report shows.
Search giant should show equal treatment to all phonemakers--Motorola Mobility included--to ensure Android's sustainability, note observers, who add Microsoft likely beneficiary of impending industry shakeup.
Worldwide mobile device shipment clocks 428.7 million in second quarter 2011, led by Nokia, Samsung and LG. Android market share expands to 43.4 percent, bypassing Symbian which drops to 22.1 percent, reveal new figures from Gartner.
Nokia and Samsung's dominance in mobile handsets, globally and in Asia, not likely to change in near future but fierce competition to fill rest of top 5 slots, note observers.
CEO of troubled handset manufacturer reiterates bid to regain foothold of mobile market with strategic restructure and underscores confidence Windows Phone platform will help lead the way.
Global smartphone sales in first quarter of 2011 grew 85 percent year-on-year, outpacing overall mobile device sales and becoming main driver for industry growth, new report states.
Market players describe mobile advertising industry as "over-hyped" and underscore need for better education and objectives to create "successful" campaigns.
The company will make thousands of workers redundant around the world, and Symbian software activities will be transferred to the consultancy Accenture
Nokia will cut about 4,000 workers by the end of 2012. About 3,000 of those workers focused on Symbian software development will land at Accenture.