UIQ Technology's interface has served many users well and will now transcend into the realm of smartphone history.
Symbian Foundation CEO Lee Williams talks about the open-sourcing of its mobile OS and whether to expect a Symbian-based tablet.
Mobile antivirus apps at RSA 2006
Browser developer joins the Nokia-led consortium, set up in June to turn the mobile operating system into an open-source platform. It also teams up with Nvidia.
Sony Ericsson announces its next-generation smart phone, the Sony Ericsson P1.
Sony Ericsson says future Xperia smartphones may not run Windows Mobile.
The launch of the OS Security Package is the first step in the Symbian Foundation's plan to eventually open-source its entire Symbian mobile operating system.
Sony Ericsson launches its first Windows Mobile smartphone, the XPERIA X1, at GSMA 2008.
Sling Media declares a deadline for its upcoming SlingPlayer Mobile for iPhone, and reveals a new trick in the app's retinue.
German security researcher has demonstrated a denial-of-service attack that could affect Symbian-based smartphones made by Nokia and others.