Articles tagged with: Sony Ericsson and Os

Mobile Internet Usage on WiFi Widespread Across the USA

Mobile advertising agency, AdMob has highlighted widespread mobile Internet usage on WiFi in the United States and strong growth in Western Europe in its January 2009 Mobile Metrics Report. more

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Nokia and Motorola Dominate Chinese Smartphone Market

The success in brand and product allows Nokia and Motorola the accumulative advantage in smart phone market. It is forecasted that their market share will even reach over 90% under a better for better effect, which is particularly prominent in the smart phone market. more

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Vodafone, Sony Ericsson Join Google Phone Alliance

The Open Handset Alliance - which develops the Google backed Android operating system for smartphones - has announced fourteen new members, including Sony Ericsson and Vodafone. more

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Nine New Members for the Symbian Foundation

Following Nokia's proposal to buy out its fellow shareholders in the Symbian mobile OS company and release it as an open source platform - the company has now announced that nine more companies have joined the Symbian Foundation. more

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UPDATE: Nokia, Mobile Cos to Create Symbian Foundation

Nokia, Tuesday said it will acquire the remaining stake in Symbian it doesn't already own and with a range of partners create the Symbian Foundation, an open source model for the Symbian wireless operating system. more

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Symbian Components to be Offered as Open Source Software

Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Motorola and NTT DoCoMo announced today their intent to unite Symbian OS, S60, UIQ and MOAP(S) to create one open mobile software platform.  more

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Symbian Reports 18.5 Million Handsets Using its OS Shipped in Q1

Smartphone OS vendor, Symbian has reported that 18.5 million Symbian mobile phones were shipped to consumers worldwide in Q1 of this year - a 16.5% increase on Q1 2007 (15.9m). The company also reported a 92% growth in consulting services from £2.5 million in Q1 2007 to £4.8 million in Q1 2008. more

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Symbian reaches 30 million smartphone shipments in Japan

Symbian has announced that over 30 million phones based on Symbian OS have shipped in Japan up until the end of November 2007. Symbian's market share of the NTT DoCoMo FOMA market grew in one year from 50% to 65% at the end of H1 2007.  more

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Will Microsoft Convert RIM Enterprise Smartphone, Datacard Users?

Even though smartphone penetration in the USA enterprise level hasn't topped 10 percent yet, a recent poll conducted by InfoTech of enterprise wireless subscribers found 84 percent of respondents saying they use a smartphone, with BlackBerry the Number One choice, followed by Palm Treo and models made by HTC. more

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