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Nokia Puts the Leash Back on Symbian

November 9, 2010 No Comments

In a move the cellphone giant characterized as reaffirming its commitment to Symbian, Nokia has taken over development of the platform. Symbian, still technically the most popular smartphone OS in the world, has been losing significant market share in the face of competitors like Android and iPhone. The Symbian Exchange and Exposition 2010 in Amsterdam will go on this week as scheduled.

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