Symbian update will plug into HD television

The Symbian Foundation has unveiled S^3, the next version of the Symbian open-source mobile operating system.

The Symbian Foundation has unveiled S^3, the next version of the Symbian open-source mobile operating system.

S^3 is the first entirely open-source version of the platform. Details announced Monday at Mobile World Congress include HDMI support, new memory management techniques, a new graphics architecture, and readiness for 4G support.

The foundation said it expects the platform to be "feature complete" by the end of March.

Read more of "Symbian update will plug into HD television" at ZDNet UK.

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